The summer 2016 issue of A/B Architecture Boston has a feature titled “Now You See It,” a series of vignettes about temporary structures that leads off with Professor of English Michael Burke’s piece called “Season’s Fleetings.” In it Burke describes the pop-up village of ice-fishing shacks that appears each winter on the pond in his town. “When you live in a place with as much winter as this, a place where a pond can be frozen solid for one-third of the year, one has to find a way to cope,” Burke writes. “The ice houses make it possible not only to resist winter but to enjoy it.” The article is online here.