Interview with Lorna Crozier, The Wild in You

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Part XIII. Women Working in Nature and the Arts An Officer of the Order of Canada, Lorna Crozier has been acknowledged for her contributions to Canadian literature, her teaching and her mentoring with five honourary doctorates, most recently from McGill … Read more

Interview with Jeff VanderMeer

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Jeff VanderMeer has been named the 2016-2017 Trias Writer-in-Residence for Hobart-William Smith College. His most recent fiction is the NYT-bestselling Southern Reach trilogy (Annihilation, Authority, and Acceptance) from FSG, which won the Shirley Jackson Award. The trilogy also prompted the New … Read more

New York 2140, Kim Stanley Robinson

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Note that we will update this post when the book’s cover and reviews are listed at Goodreads. Last July, in our Google+ Community, I was excited to share that KSR was working on a new novel about climate change set … Read more

Halfway to the Truth, Anthony Mays

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I spoke with author Anthony Mays. His mystery/suspense novel received a LiFE (Literature for Environment) Award last year. I asked him about the novel’s connection with the environment, and he explained that the novel looks at waste involved in  electronic … Read more

The World of Edena, Mœbius

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Working closely with Moebius Productions in France, Dark Horse is putting the work of a master storyteller back in print–with some material in English for the first time! Stel and Atan are interstellar investigators trying to find a lost space … Read more

The Forester, James Kraus

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Kirk’s wife dies, asking with her last breath that he take photographs in Yosemite National Park to fulfill her lifelong dream. Confused and uncertain with Sara’s request, Kirk begins a reluctant journey, influenced by his love for Sara, his powerful … Read more

Whisper of the Woods, D.G. Driver

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From the author of Cry of the Sea a 2015 Green Book Festival for environmental themed books award winner.  The mermaids she saved from the oil spill are long gone. There’s no evidence of them, and she’s been branded as … Read more

Barkskins, Annie Proulx

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From Annie Proulx—the Pulitzer Prize-­ and National Book Award-­winning author of The Shipping News and “Brokeback Mountain,” comes her masterwork: an epic, dazzling, violent, magnificently dramatic novel about the taking down of the world’s forests. Also see an interview in … Read more

Satin Island, Tom McCarthy

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In Satin Island, Tom McCarthy captures–as only he can–the way we experience our world, our efforts to find meaning (or just to stay awake) and discern the narratives we think of as our lives. Goodreads Reviews Back to GoodReads … Read more