October 28, 2023

Wild Atlanta

By Stephen Wing’78
Wind Eagle Press, 2023

For over a decade, Stephen Wingeier Wing has been documenting the beauty and diversity of protected wild spaces across the metro Atlanta, Georgia, area.

His book, Wild Atlanta, combining eco-poetry with photography, was a 2023 recipient of the Artist’s Project Award from the City of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs. The 100-page, full-color oversize book reveals and preserves a rich natural heritage to enjoy and explore. It includes 39 poems in Wing’s down-to-earth poetic style and more than 100 photographs by Luz Wright from 23 locations across all four quadrants of Atlanta, plus Stone Mountain, Arabia Mountain, and Rock Eagle Mound.

Book cover of Wild Atlanta by Stephen Wing'78.

Also In This Issue

  • Marta Sutton’s first-year photo.

    In Remembrance: Marta Sutton Weeks-Wulf’51, Philanthropist and Former Trustee

  • President Eric Boynton

  • Two students and a dog in the fall of 1976. They’re pictured in front of the Student Union during its heyday as a gathering place, nearing the end of the Beloit Plan era. While the college had a year-round calendar, many students lived off campus and could avoid college rules about pets, so it was common to see dogs visiting campus.

    Remember these moments?

  • Kidan Araya’13

    Making the world a better place: alumni celebrated at Beloiter Days


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