Emily Levine is a contributor to our series, Voices of the Platte. She is a professional horticulturist/landscaper and an independent scholar focused on Great Plains indigenous history and culture. She has published two editions of historical manuscripts written by Lakota women and has recently finished a novel. Levine’s next project is a historical survey of the relationship between people and plants on the Central and Northern Plains. She lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Posted on December 1, 2011
I take Peaches for a walk, “around the block” you used to call it: Up the road to the drive of the old house where the dairy was—both long gone now— to that high point where we sat for the eclipse totality, you in a pissy mood because the storm the night before drove a […]