2011 Hot off the Press - Books and Essays Special Issue
Planning is underway for our 2011 Hot off the Press: Books & Essays Issue, and you are invited to share your new and favorite books, videos and music with High County News readers in this highly anticipated special issue.
This special issue is devoted to thought-provoking books, authors, videos, music, publishers and bookstores well worth getting to know. Our readers look forward to this issue with great anticipation every year. As always, we'll have special ad pages devoted completely to your work.
The theme of the issue is "Redemption." Its two centerpiece essays focus on reclamation, of mines and of rivers. The first, by Brad Tyer, explores the human and environmental costs of copper mining along Montana's Clark Fork river. The second, by Kim Todd, examines how Washington's Elwha river can be restored to health after the removal of two mighty dams this fall.
issue will also feature author profiles, author Q&A's and multiple book
reviews. As always, if you have any author profiles, books, videos, music
or other media to submit for review, please contact Jodi Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org.
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