A former editor-at-large at National Geographic, Cathy Newman caught her first fish, a snapper, on a piece of shrimp in Biscayne Bay at the age of 3. Among her accomplishments is a serviceable double-haul. Cathy takes us to Devon, England, in “Trout And Tweed,” where she fishes for “seriously” wild brown trout.
Nick Price is a photographer, writer and fly-fishing guide based in Hailey, Idaho. He has been guiding for more than 20 years and got his start in Missoula, Montana, where he graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in English. Nick’s photos illustrate “Drink Like A Fish, Fish Like A Man.”
Derek Sheffield’s book of poems, Through the Second Skin (Orchises, 2013), was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. His work also has appeared in Orion, Poetry and The Flyfish Journal. He lives with his family in the foothills of the Cascades near Leavenworth, Washington, and is the poetry editor of terrain. org. Derek’s “A Good Fish” appears in this issue.
Freelance photographer Jason Stemple works out of the Lowcountry in Charleston, South Carolina. His photos have illustrated more than 15 books and appeared in many magazines. He generally spends his days with either a fly rod or camera in hand, sometimes both. Jason headed offshore with a group of combat veterans to shoot photos for “Shelter from the Storm.”
Colin Tennant is an awardwinning documentary and fine art photographer, filmmaker and videographer based in Scotland. His work has been published by a number of national and international media outlets, including the BBC, The Guardian and The Independent. A contributing photographer to Getty Images, Colin shot the photos for “Trout And Tweed” in this issue.
Callan Wink’s stories have appeared in The New Yorker, Playboy, Men’s Journal, The Best American Short Stories and other publications. His first book, Dog Run Moon, was published in 2015. A fishing guide in Livingston, Montana, Callan writes about the importance of working trailer lights in “Drink Like A Fish, Fish Like A Man.”