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Astra Lincoln is an award-winning essayist based in Portland, Oregon, by way of Payahuünadu (Owen's Valley, California). Her work focuses on the intersections of people, power and place. Her writing about disability, Indigeneity, climate change, and disaster management has been featured in Undark, Salon, High Country News, In These Times, Outside, Climbing, Trail Runner, and Sierra, among other publications. 


In 2022, Astra's Climbing Magazine article, The Girl in the Gully, won the Banff Centre's annual Mountain Book Competition's award for best mountaineering article.

She is currently working on her first book, a memoir about disability, climate change, and negotiation with foreclosed futures. Interested agents and publishers are invited to get in touch.

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