Just your average nature lover trapped in Evanston (for now) who also happens to write poetry.
"I don't like being put in a box. I just make music ya know?" - Tyler the Creator
"Ain't nothing like the sound of the leaves / when the breeze penetrates these south side trees" -Sean Daley ("Sunshine" by Atmosphere)
Most of the trees have lost their leaves, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still beautiful. This week, Emily Jahn describes the strength and beauty of bare trees.
Just in time for Chicago winter, this week’s Atmosphere edition describes snow in all its subtle, wondrous glory. Read more of Emily Jahn's “Definition”.
This week in Emily Jahn’s column, Atmosphere, she turns our gaze skywards with insightful prose that begins with light pollution and ends with the infinite. Art by Simona Rachapalli. Read more here.
“A thousand hearts in motion.” As per usual, Emily Jahn perspective on the natural world is both observant and introspective. This week, find out more about aspen trees.
A darker take on birds in flight. Check out ION’s new poetry column, Atmosphere, by Emily Jahn. Artwork by Emily as well.
What’s a better way to de-stress from midterms than reading some poetry about the natural world? Check out ION’s new poetry column, Atmosphere, by Emily Jahn. Artwork by Emily as well.