Bone Pile: Essays on Nature and Culture

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Price
$17.95  $16.51
Publisher
Homebound Publications
Publish Date
Pages
250
Dimensions
7.67 X 8.75 X 0.52 inches | 0.58 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780997592795

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About the Author

Maximilian Werner is the author of four books, including the natural history and memoir Evolved: Chronicles of a Pleistocene Mind and the memoir Gravity Hill. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Writing and Rhetoric Studies at the University of Utah, where he teaches several courses, including Environmental Writing and Writing about War.

Reviews

"Maximilian Werner's The Bone Pile is a wonderful addition to the literature of nature and adventure, as well as a beautifully written meditation on life and death. With an eye for telling details, Werner confronts the contradictions between our daily lives and our ideals with rare courage and intellectual vigor. This is a book that will surprise you, heal you, and maybe even change the way you interact with the natural world."

-Eric D. Lehman, author of Afoot in Connecticut

---Eric D. Lehman, author of Afoot in Connecticut

"Inspired by fly fishing, household tasks, family, friendship, and beautiful scenery, these meditative essays on nature, technology, ecology, religion, and wildness amplify awareness and wonder. They awaken us to think deeply even as we go about life's most ordinary errands."

-David K Leff, author of Canoeing Maine's Legendary Allagash

---David K Leff, author of Canoeing Maine's Legendary Allagash

"Maximilian Werner is a fly fisher with the heart of a poet--or perhaps a poet with the heart of a fly fisher. The Bone Pile doesn't set out to preach metaphysics. It sets out to describe what is, and it does so with a careful, thoughtful, and thought-provoking observation and prose. But while the beauty of the writing is in the detailsβ€Š.β€Š.β€Š.β€Šthe book also does what the river in one of Werner's essays does: it 'shows us how we appear on the outside, but it also shows us what's happening on the inside.'"

-Matthew Dickerson, author of Trout in the Desert

---Matthew Dickerson, author of Trout in the Desert
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