Time Flies: Reflections on Technology and Ultrarunning
An essay about how ultrarunning seems to both stretch and shrink time.
The Martyr and the Saint
Read Jennilyn Tockstein’s poem “The Martyr and the Saint” about nature’s power to both harm and heal.
The Space Between
An essay by Mike Haggadone on the journey through running toward mental health.
Trail Running in San Diego, California
An introduction to trail running in San Diego, California.
Running the Race
An essay comparing racing to the uncertain COVID-19 pandemic journey.
The Road Ahead
Physician assistant and runner John Goldfield writes about running for self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ultrarunning for My Soul
An essay about how ultrarunning feeds the soul.
How I Trained for “Pitchell” in Two Weeks
An essay about fitting in a big adventure amidst a busy life.
Running Through Woods on a Springtime Morning
A poem about running through the forest by Yash Holbrook.
The Trail Running Film Festival’s Community Voices, Part 2
Part 2 of the Trail Running Film Festival’s Community Voices video project.