Nonfiction
Writing on a Human Ecology from Orion Magazine
By 
Barry Lopez

This timely collection—featuring essays from Wendell Berry, Alison Hawthorne Deming, Bill McKibben, and Rebecca Solnit, among others—challenges the division of human society from the natural world that has often characterized traditional environmentalism. These essays are required reading for anyone interested in a livable future for the planet.

Barry Lopez

Barry Lopez is an essayist, author, and short story writer, and has traveled extensively in both remote and populated parts of the world. He is the author of Arctic Dreams, winner of the National Book Award; Of Wolves and Men, a National Book Award finalist, and numerous other works of fiction and nonfiction.

Montana 1948
Fiction
By 
Larry Watson

In this modern classic, the charges of a young Sioux woman force David Hayden’s father, the sheriff of their small town, to confront his older brother, a charming war hero and respected doctor. This novel is an astonishing tale of love and courage, asking what it means to make the terrible choice between family loyalty and justice.

No Place
Young Readers
By 
Kay Haugaard
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Aquaboogie
Fiction
By 
Susan Straight
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Sky Bridge
Fiction
By 
Laura Pritchett
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Miraculous Air
Nonfiction
Journey of a Thousand Miles Through Baja California, the Other Mexico
By 
C.M. Mayo
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Song of Kahunsha
Fiction
By 
Anosh Irani
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Music for Landing Planes By
Poetry
By 
Éireann Lorsung
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Willow Room, Green Door: New and Selected Poems
Poetry
New and Selected Poems
By 
Deborah Keenan
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