Being a book reviewer is difficult enough these days… what with more and more of the print media reducing or even entirely eliminating the amount of space they dedicate to news and reviews of recently published books, more and more of the information available to the public regarding the subject is now to be found(…)
As long as humankind has walked the Earth, fire has been both its liberator and its nightmare. The same elemental force that enabled our earliest ancestors to put behind them their daylight-limited existence and begin to shape their world in ways beyond their own physical capabilities is also the central theme of our most profound(…)
When Pete and Linda Dunne stepped out their back door into the cold New Jersey pre-dawn of New Year’s Day, 1989, they were taking the first step into a year-long birding journey that would take them across North America, reach its conclusion on the prairie in Baldwin City, Kansas, and be chronicled in one of(…)
Douglas Carlson’s biography is sufficiently expansive in scope to encompass the many facets of Peterson without being unwieldy in length or needlessly excessive in detail.