Eiren Caffall is a writer and musician whose work on loss and nature, glaciers and extinction has appeared in Al Jazeera, Literary Hub, Minding Nature, The Rumpus, Entropy Magazine, Tikkun Daily, The Nervous Breakdown, Punk Planet, and the book The Time After. She is currently working on a book-length work of nonfiction and her latest record. She has completed a Social Justice News Nexus Fellowship in environmental justice writing at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in Chicago and a residency in environmental journalism at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in Alberta, Canada, as well as creative nonfiction residencies at Hedgebrook, the Millay Colony for the Arts where she serves on the Creative Nonfiction Jury, and Ragdale. The short film Becoming Ocean, adapted from her essay Becoming Ocean: When You and the World are Drowning has been screened at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, The Sidewalk Film Festival, the Sedona International Film festival, and the D.C. Environmental Film Festival, Twister Alley Film Festival, the International Environmental Film Festival in Morocco, and the Freeland Film Festival, where it won the Best Short Film Jury Prize. Born in New York, and raised in New England, she lives with her husband and son, cat and turtle in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago.