Eiren Caffall is a writer and musician based in Chicago, born in New York, and raised in New England. Her work on loss and nature, oceans and collapse has appeared in Al Jazeera, Literary Hub, Minding Nature, Entropy Magazine, The Rumpus, The Chicago Reader, the book The Time After, the short film Becoming Ocean, and three record albums. She has been the recipient of a Social Justice News Nexus fellowship in environmental journalism at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, a Frontline: Environmental Reportage residency at The Banff Centre for the Arts, and residencies at Millay, Hedgebrook, and Ragdale. She lives in the Logan Square neighborhood with her husband and son. (Photo by Jason Creps.)
Yarrow Is Yarrow
Eiren Caffall seeks guidance for the present in the biography of her desert-dwelling spy great-aunt Virginia....