Taylor Glendora Buck (they/them) is a queer nonbinary writer, creative, prison abolitionist, and outdoor educator & guide. They've been doing people-centered, abolition-oriented work in- and out of doors for nearly 10 years.
Taylor's outdoors work centers wonder, mindfulness, embodiment, and how much we can learn from plants, animals, and the planet's ecosystems about being in right relationship with each other and the land. If you can't tell from the photo above, they are deeply in love with moss.

Centering queerness, gender, and the outcast, their creative work turns to embodiment for insight and tends to the shame we often find there. Their writing has been featured in Foglifter Press and Compound Butter Magazine.

Taylor earned a BA in Social Sciences from Shimer College and an MA in Gender Studies from Central European University. They're committed to radical, feminist mental health, transformative justice, nature stewardship, and ultimately to what Betina Love calls “moving past ally-ship to co-conspiratorship.”