Kim has spent time as a horse trainer, paleontology student, marine biologist, coroner’s assistant, shop clerk, and family law attorney. She lives in the Northwest corner of the United States with her husband John and their Texas stray hounds Chucho and Saint Lucia. She is most grateful right now that her son is home from his Canadian college during this unfolding pandemic, with its disparate and still arising effects. Kim’s work has also appeared in Canary, Seattle’s Gallery 110, and several local legal publications. Although Kim seeks out undeveloped places wherever she goes, she remains unconditionally and head over heels in love with our wild western lands.
Today in 'The Vanishing', Kim Schnuelle writes about the loss of the thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) and subsequent scientific attempts to restore its existence. With images from Kate Tume and Feral Theatre.