Riverwalking: Reflections on Moving Water
Kathleen Dean Moore (Author)
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DescriptionIn these twenty elegant essays, a philosopher and amateur naturalist meanders along the rivers and streams of the american West-and muses on love, loss, aging, motherhood, happiness, the art of poking around, and other important matters. "A smart, compassionate, and wise meditation on living in place" (Terry Tempest Williams).
August 26, 1996
5.43 X 8.35 X 0.71 inches | 0.45 pounds
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About the Author
KATHLEEN DEAN MOORE is best-known for her books of nature-focused essays--Riverwalking: Reflections on Moving Water, winner of the 1995 Pacific Northwest Book Award; Holdfast: At Home in the Natural World, recipient of the 1999 Sigurd Olson Nature Writing Award; The Pine Island Paradox, winner of the 2004 Oregon Book Award for Creative Nonfiction; and Wild Comfort, finalist for the same award. Her most recent publication is Great Tide Rising (Counterpoint 2016). Moore writes from a small cabin where two creeks and a bear trail meet a tidal cove on Chichagof Island, Alaska.