“Have you ever heard of mammal watching?” a professor once asked me. “Besides whale watching?” I admitted that I hadn’t. “Sure,” he continued, “we humans like to watch animals of all kinds, but have you ever heard of a self-described snaker? Met an insect-looker at a party? But no one […]
Nathan Robison is a librarian and writer. He lives in Provo, Utah with his wife, two children, and many animals.
Human identity can be said to rely on two things: who we are, and what we do. This being and action gives humans purpose. As a Mormon boy growing up in Utah, the knowledge of my ancestors and faith told me who I was, and what I was […]