Arizona Highways, “Across the Great Divide” by Annette McGivney
An amazing beautiful story, rich in detail and narrative. The author forgets nothing in her story, recounting the unimaginable difficulties encountered in first constructing the pipeline, the heartbreak of its early washout, its importance to the Grand Canyon ecosystem (tourist and otherwise) and the perils of failing to upgrade… it’s all here. And even if you know nothing about the Grand Canyon or the water that feeds it, you will be intrigued by this story.
Adirondack Life, “High Profile” by Annie Stoltie
A beautiful example of how to take a commonplace object that people might walk past a hundred times in their life but never really stop to see, and elevate to an object of historical reverence. Nice depth of research as well.
Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, “Riding Giants” by Paul Molyneaux
Vivid and engaging. Great subject. A tight, simple story told very well.
Acadiana Profile, “Lagniappe Records” by Decin Cochran
Acadiana Profile, “The State of Business” by Kimberly Singletary
Arizona Highways, “Grains Supreme” by Nikki Buchanan
Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, “Birchbark Canoes” by Laurie Schreiber
Missouri Life, “At Home With the Earth” by Wade Livingston
Texas Highways, “Are You a True Texan?” by Lois M. Rodriguez
Texas Highways, “Symbols of Texas” by Eric W. Pohl