High Country News September 16, 2013
Not all maps are made of paper. The best ones are spooled in memory.
Fall brings a new crop of noteworthy books, both fiction and nonfiction.
Author Percival Everett defies categories and generalizations.
An interview with Richard Rodriguez.
This special books & essays issue considers the ways in which we use maps, literal and metaphoric, to understand a landscape.
Bringing poetry to an entire state, one county at a time.
A natural and human histories expert of the West reflects on her work.
Dave Imus challenges the murkiness of modern mapmaking.
On a trek across the Arctic, a writer's map becomes a record of the journey.
Writer Joe Wilkins searches for truth in his grandmother's stories of the past.
Keep up during our fall publishing break with continued coverage online.
A book review of Brother and the Dancer by Keenan Norris
A book review of Son of a Gun: A Memoir by Justin St. Germain
A book review of Boneland: Linked Stories by Nance Van Winckel
A book review of Roads in the Wilderness: Conflict in Canyon Country by Jedediah S. Rogers
A book review of Cowboys and East Indians by Nina McConigley
Heard Around the West
Aggressive mountain goats and more oddities from around the West.