Ron Melchiore (author of Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness), an avid outdoorsman, homesteader, and off-grid enthusiast, has spent the last several decades unplugged from the grid, pursuing a self-sufficient lifestyle. Some of his adventures include successfully hiking the Appalachian Trail in winter, bicycling across the United
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Mary Woodbury’s editorial background encompasses over two decades of proofreading, poetry and fiction editing, fiction writing, copy editing, development editing, managerial editing, production editing, and website building and editing. Education College: Purdue University BA, English; BA, Anthropology Background 2012-Current Mary Woodbury maintains the online library for climate change and other
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Trent University Biology Professor’s New Book Takes Science to the People by Dr. James Schaefer explores our relationship with the natural world Wednesday, April 29, 2015 Peterborough Science is too important to be a private reserve of scientists, says Trent University Biology professor and wildlife scientist Dr.
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Mark is the author of twenty books, an associate professor of creative writing at the University of Central Arkansas, and the Editor in Chief of the award-winning literary journal Toad Suck Review (toadsuckreview.org). He is a leading authority on the primitive fish known as gar (he can be seen featured
Title: Garapaima: A Monster Fish Novel Author: Mark Spitzer Category: Fiction Publication date: August 15, 2015 Ordering: Amazon Print (12.95 USD) or Amazon Kindle ($5.99 USD) Buy at U. Central Arkansas Bookstore A twenty-foot-long, mutated monster-fish is loose in Phantom Loon Lake, Ontario, thanks to a top secret government conspiracy
Title: The Suicide Season Author: Jeremy Gadd Category: Fiction Original Publication Date: February 10, 2015. The Suicide Season is one of our first titles to be acquired by our partner Stormbird Press. Please watch their site for ordering information.
Jim Schaefer is a professor of biology at Trent University, where he teaches conservation biology, mammalogy, ecology, and research design & data analysis. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed scientific articles. As a Leopold Leadership Fellow and a member of International Boreal Conservation Science Panel, he is also committed
Title: Two Houses of Oikos – Essays from the Environmental AgeCategory: Non-fiction Authors: James A. Schaefer Publication date: April 8, 2015 ISBN:978-1-927685-11-2 Buy: Amazon (print); Amazon (e-book) Praise for Two Houses of Oikos “A great collection … crisp, entertaining, and very good fun to read.” – Stuart Pimm, Doris Duke
Category: Fiction Authors: Lucas Christopoulos and Kirby Record Publication date: November 2014; out of print December 31, 2018 Amazon e-book: $5.99 USD / printed title (4-colors, 6×9): $20.95 USD ISBN: 978-1-927685-08-2 Pages: 106 pp.