Ode to Hellgrammites
by Grant Clauser

A hellgrammite is the larval form of the Dobson fly, and one of the ugliest things you’ll find in fresh water. To river bass, you’re Turkish Delight. To everything else, you’re the river’s dank nightmare, a larval thing that crawls under bedrocks that have never seen the light of day. You’re no Tiger, Tiger burning … Continue reading Ode to Hellgrammites
by Grant Clauser

Finding a Turtle Nest at Sullivan Island
by Grant Clauser

At night we shut off the house lights so returning turtles know which way to face the moon, and mornings we find the tide trying to hide the signs she left in sand, the chiseled notes like music leading to the sea. So what’s the chance this clutch her journey left gripped in sand will … Continue reading Finding a Turtle Nest at Sullivan Island
by Grant Clauser