Congratulations to Theron Francis on his Outstanding Teaching Award!
On Wednesday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m. EST, Susan Brind Morrow will speak at Harvard. Watch the live stream here.
Listen to David Quammen on Cool Science Radio.
The US Supreme Court’s term begins with Weyerhauser v. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service – a case that will determine the fate of wild dusky gopher frogs and the reach of the Endangered Species Act.
Annick Smith’s Hearth: A Global Conversation on Community, Identity, and Place will be published on October 9.
Stephen Graham Jones is an expert panelist for NPR’s Summer Reading Poll 2018: Horror.
The reviews are in for David Quammen’s The Tangled Tree (it’s great!).
Jan Redford recommends 9 Books by Adventurous Women about the Great Outdoors.
David Quammen’s The Tangled Tree: A Radical New History of Life will be available on August 14.
National Geographic examines the sustainability of the Greater Yellowstone Grizzly populations with hunts planned for the fall. Doug Peacock and Save the Yellowstone Grizzly are advocating against delisting the grizzly and the hunts.
Terry Tempest Williams talks with LitHub’s Paul Holdengraber about beauty, joy, sorrow, and the power and importance of the human voice.
The U.S. Administration has proposed changes to how the Endangered Species Act is used, including ending automatic protections for threatened animals and plants.
The Chicago Review of Books has named the best nature writing of 2018 (so far).
Stephen Graham Jones’s Mapping the Interior is a finalist for the World Fantasy Award for Best Novella.
Longreads interviews Elizabeth Rush about her new book Rising: Dispatches from the New American Shore, vulnerable communities, and climate change.
Sowell Conference participant Kendra Greene has been named a 2018 Library Innovation Lab Summer Fellow.
Electric Literature recommends 8 Books About Alaska for People Who Don’t Watch Reality TV.