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“Full of drama, adventure, tragedy, and heroes fighting against the most daunting of odds, No Word for Wilderness shows us what nature writing can be. ”
"The Crows of Beara is a love song to Ireland that combines dazzling views of wild, sweeping landscapes with a hard, honest look at the need for jobs in the country’s rural west…Johnson’s writing is assured and passionate."
Love Rhymes with Everything is "an ingenious and impactful approach to animal activism...helping to foster new levels of compassion and kindness for all."
Congratulations to Jacki Skole, whose book Dogland: A Journey to the Heart of America's Dog Problem, received a Silver Nautilus Award for journalism and investigative reporting.
“Among Animals is a wonderfully varied collection…Each story gives insight into a different realm of human-animal interaction.”
“Those who have given their hearts and homes to shelter dogs will find much here [in Dogland] to validate their love.”
Love and Ordinary Creatures is "a story that’s rich with insights about love, belonging, the power of nature, and the complex connections between humans and other species."
"Any animal lover or connoisseur of high-quality fiction will appreciate this collection [Among Animals] and the artistry of its contributors."
"Captivating…[Jean] Ryan controls devastating psychological material with tight prose, quick scene changes, and a scientist's observant eye."
"[Olivia] Chadha's absorbing first novel depicts a family of first-generation immigrants in upstate New York encountering the difficulties of survival, assimilation and longing for home…It's a delightful intrigue, with strong characters who develop and grow throughout the book as they face frightening turns."
Blair Richmond's The Ghost Runner is "thoroughly entertaining."
"The writing in The Names of Things is beautiful, hypnotic, and exacting; this is a book to be read slowly, to be savored and absorbed as each piece of the story falls into place."
"Fischer’s appealing fiction debut [Falling Into Green] introduces feisty Irish Latina eco-psychologist Esmeralda Green…the aptly named Dr. Green and her friends are fresh enough to recycle."
"Fischer's debut mystery [Falling Into Green] introduces a fascinating topic—ecopsychology."
"Combining mystery, romance, vampires, and strong vegan and environmental messages, [Out of Breath] will have readers of light paranormal novels running to the next book in Richmond’s trilogy."
Out of Breath "blends genre tradition with West Coast environmentalism…the result feels fresh and original."