News & Notes
"Whether we think we care about science or not, science is happening." Kim talked about science writing and curiosity for the podcast Choose to Be Curious, which airs on WERA 96.7 FM in the Arlington, Virginia, listening area (and streaming online).
Kim's artist's residency at Acadia National Park in 2018 resulted in this essay, "Regeneration," now posted on the park website. Listen to it here:
Kim wrote the cover story on the best hiking in Virginia for Arlington magazine's May/June issue, which focused on ways to cope with being quarantined and social distancing during the coronavirus crisis.
National Parks Traveler has published Kim's story on the Everglades ecosystem. Kim also narrated this Traveler video about the Buttonwood Canal, a key waterway in the Everglades.
The science publication Undark published Kim's article about light pollution and astrotourism, which grew out of Kim's artist's residency at Acadia National Park. The piece was republished in Atlas Obscura and Mother Jones.
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Beneath the Paint: Civil War Graffiti Symposium
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The Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
Vietnamese Heritage and Immigration
American University, Washington, DC
School of International Service
Acadia National Park Writing Workshop
National Parks Artist-in-Residence Panel
Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference, Washington, D.C.