Catherine Buni is a writer and editor whose articles and essays have appeared in The Atlantic online, The Boston Globe, The New York Times, Outside, and The Writer, among others. She is a contributing editor to the journal Appalachia, and the founding editor and publisher of the award-winning magazine AMC Outdoors, where she worked with such authors and photographers as Hannah Holmes, Galen Rowell, and E.O. Wilson. She has an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a BA in French literature. The daughter of activists, she grew up outside Boston and has lived and worked in Paris, Strasbourg, and Marseille, France. She now lives in Vermont.
Title Search (The Writer Magazine)
What books do you turn to for guidance? What books are you missing?
Five Questions for Dr. Theo Colbon (The Orion Blog)
Current day Rachel Carson, Colborn talks about endocrine disrupting chemicals and her life in science.
The Case for Teaching Kids How to Talk about Their Bodies (The Atlantic)
Conversation Starters (Brain, Child Magazine)
Nominated for a 2013 PPFA Maggie Award for Media Excellence and featured by
the National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation
Cold Comfort (The Boston Globe)
Sometimes dinner and a movie, sometimes… winter camping. A fresh take on “date night.”
The Vagina (and Penis) Dialogues (The New York Times)
Where the Wild Things Ought to Be (The Wellborn Ecology Fund)
Snow Days (AMC Outdoors)
Still Making Us Stretch (AMC Outdoors)
The Rush of Summer (Vermont Life)
AMC Outdoors: The Magazine of the Appalachian Mountain Club