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Margy welcomes you to read her words here.
Margy Stewart lives with her husband Ron Young on a ranch in the northern Flint Hills. She is professor of English at Washburn University, where she teaches American literature, composition, and nature writing. At Washburn, she is also coordinator of Writing Across the Curriculum.
She is founder of Bird Runner Wildlife Refuge and, with Ustaine Talley, Margy is co-founder of Prairie Heritage Institute, a non-profit corporation devoted to the preservation of the tall grass prairie and the stories of people who have lived there. She offers presentations on nature writing and gives guided tours of the tall grass prairie.
Margy has authored articles on the birds of Kansas. Her most recent publication is the introduction to Helen Poole Tonish's One Time on the Upper McDowell, a true story of growing up in the 1930's on a Flint Hills cattle ranch.
We are indeed very honored that Margy Stewart has joined our community of citizen journalists at the Kansas Free Press.
You may browse her archives here.
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