Eva Saulitis


Eva Saulitis is a writer, teacher, and marine biologist. She grew up on the southern tier of New York, on Lake Erie, but migrated to Alaska in 1986. She received her M.S. and M.F.A. from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. For eighteen years, she has studied the behavior of killer whales in southern Alaska and has written and co-authored many scientific publications. Her poems and essays have been appeared in Quarterly West, Alaska Quarterly Review, Ice-Floe, Prairie Schooner, Northwest Review, Connotations, Cimarron Review, Seattle Review, Crazyhorse, and various anthologies. She lives in Homer, Alaska.

Entries in Home Ground

anchor ice
beaded drainage
boreal forest
fast ice
fault spring
frost line
ice stream
ice wall
niche glacier
pack ice
rock glacier
thaw hole
tidal bore
valley glacier