Daniel Hudon is an adjunct lecturer in math, astronomy and physics and writes nonfiction, fiction and poetry. He has recent essays in The Smart Set, Appalachia, The Chattahoochee Review and The New Madrid Journal. He has long been interested in the plight of endangered animals and how they are driven to extinction. His recent book is “Brief Eulogies for Lost Animals: An Extinction Reader” (Pen and Anvil, Boston). Originally from Canada, he lives in Boston, Mass.