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A collection of essays, with an introduction by Bill McKibben, rooted in our human relationship to trees, which of course is multi-faceted, messy, beautiful and selfish and symbiotic. In this collection we meet a boy who ate a tree to gain access to the Guiness Book of World Records, a tree-tethered sniper at a pot farm in California, a man who was killed by a fallen limb in Central Park, and lots of writers, both established and emerging, whose intimate connections to trees (and their losses) have found a collective home in the pulped pages of recycled forest.Contributors include Karen Hugg, Lia Purpura, Wendy Call, Matthew Gavin Frank, M. J. Gette, Jacklyn Janeksela, Renée E. D’Aoust, Angela Pelster, Brian Doyle, Andrea Scarpino, T. Hugh Crawford, Thomas Mira y Lopez, Steven Church, Mercedes Webb-Pullman, Fred Bahnson, Kathryn Hill, Alexa Jose, Sheila Long, Jacqueline Doyle, Stefan Olson, Diane Payne, Zoë Ruiz, Jennifer Quartararo, Amaris Feland Ketcham, Kayann Short, Diana Hume George, Annie Bellerose, Paul Lisicky, Toti O’Brien, Lori Brack, Mackenzie Myers, Courtney Amber Kilian, John Roscoe and Theresa Kishkan.
Number of Pages: 290
Genre: Nature, Literary Collections
Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
Street Date: April 4, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-32-8754