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  • Finding reassurance in change: a review of Wild Comfort

    Finding reassurance in change: a review of Wild Comfort

    In her new collection of essays, Wild Comfort: The Solace of Nature, Kathleen Dean Moore writes her way to the knowledge that "sorrow is part of the Earth's great cycles."

  • No frigate like a book

    This special issue focuses on books and essays that help us understand the complex, chaotic West.

  • Making a home for hope

    Laura Paskus interviews Western intellectual, activist and writer Rebecca Solnit.

  • Looking forward, looking back

    William Kittredge brings together new and selected essays about life in the West in The Next Rodeo.

  • Remembering Rrrrrip City!

    The essays in Matt Love’s anthology Red Hot and Rollin’ take a lively and nostalgic look at Oregon in 1977, the year the Portland Trailblazers won their one and only NBA championship.

  • Thinking like a fish

    The essays in Chad Hanson’s collection Swimming with Trout celebrate the wonder of water and its mysterious inhabitants.

  • Rolling on the rivers

    The essays in Page Stegner’s Adios Amigos celebrate the fragile beauty of Western rivers and the lives of the artists and explorers who journeyed down them.

  • Solo journeys, life lessons

    In the nine essays gathered in her new book, Hiking Alone, poet and artist Mary Beath celebrates nature from the point of view of an independent woman.

  • Searching for the truth about American Indians: A review of All Indians Do Not Live in Teepees (or Casinos)

    Searching for the truth about American Indians: A review of All Indians Do Not Live in Teepees (or Casinos)

    Catherine C. Robbins seeks to go beyond the stereotypes about Native Americans in her essays in All Indians Do Not Live in Teepees (or Casinos).

  • A land of subtle beauty: A review of Llano Estacado

    A land of subtle beauty: A review of Llano Estacado

    The photos and essays gathered in this collection of photographs and essays celebrate the austere beauty of a vast dry landscape.

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