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  • A dark and disjointed journey

    A dark and disjointed journey

    The short stories in Sam Shepard's new collection, Day out of Days, have an unhinged, distinctly Western flavor.

  • A deliberate life in the Rockies

    On the Wild Edge is David Peterson’s account of the two decades he and his wife, Caroline, have spent living close to nature in a cabin in the mountains of southern Colorado

  • A eulogy for the West that was

    In Requiem for the West, Roger Brown laments the loss of soul and solitude in the small mountain towns of the Colorado Rockies

  • A new look at Yellowstone

    With its beautiful photographs and fine writing, Pete Bengeyfield’s Incredible Vision: The Wildlands of Greater Yellowstone succeeds in giving readers a new look at an often-photographed landscape

  • A timeline of the desert tortoise’s slow and steady decline

    A timeline of the desert tortoise’s slow and steady decline

    A timeline of the desert tortoise’s slow and steady decline

  • A wolf tale that’s all too true

    Brian Connelly tells the harrowing story of a family of wolves killed by aerial gunners in Alaska.

  • Advice from the Loser School of Hunting

    Advice from the Loser School of Hunting

    Even a poor student gets a second chance in the Loser School of Hunting, where if at first you don’t succeed, you try, and try again.

  • At home in the valley

    In The San Luis Valley: Sand Dunes and Sandhill Cranes, Susan Tweit explores a remarkable Colorado landscape

  • Backcountry lessons from the Lost Forest of Oregon

    Backcountry lessons from the Lost Forest of Oregon

    It’s not easy to find the Lost Forest of eastern Oregon, but once you’re there you’re likely to meet some interesting local wildlife.

  • Bear

    In Bear, Robert E. Bieder traces the history of this fascinating animal across centuries of time and a variety of different cultures

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