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From radwaste salt domes under New Mexico’s deserts to the ravaged oil patch of West Texas and the lingering fallout of Agent Orange exposure in Mississippi, Greg Harman has been writing about the state of our environment since his high-school fanzine days. After several years studying the watering holes between Texas and Wyoming, Harman finagled an English degree out of Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth and began accepting honest pay for wedding words on flickering screens … a long way from his Kaczynskiesque Greyhound-station scribbling days. Since then, he has been the state Sierra Club’s darling of the year, winked at by the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, and most recently honored by the Houston Press Club. He plans to quit the news-writing business just as soon as victimization and despair cease to be a natural outflow of economic progress. He wants you to be happy and not drive so blinkin’ fast.