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Beyond the Llano (December 11)

Rick Bass and Annick Smith have received the 2018 Montana Governor’s Arts Awards. At the Pacific Standard, an interview with writer and public lands activist Amy Irvine about her book Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness. “No other … Continue reading

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Beyond the Llano (November 26)

At the New Yorker, How Cli-Fi Forces Us to Confront the Incipient Death of the Planet, a review of the latest addition to Amazon’s “Original Stories” series “Warmer”. “If firefighters, climatologists, and California’s governor are correct, these infernos are only … Continue reading

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Beyond the Llano (Nov. 8)

Taylor Larsen interviews Kurt Caswell for BOMB about his new book Laika’s Window: The Legacy of a Soviet Space Dog.   National Geographic has paired five national parks with five great books. Collins Dictionary has name “single-use” the 2018 word … Continue reading

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Beyond the Llano (Oct. 19)

Clinton Crockett Peters considers the 1981 film Roar at Electric Literature. Read from Amy Irvine’s Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness. At National Geographic, how the debate over land use and preservation in the West is embodied in … Continue reading

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Beyond the Llano (Oct. 3)

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 … Continue reading

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Beyond the Llano (Aug. 21)

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.

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Beyond the Llano (Aug. 7)

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 … Continue reading

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