“You can’t see
the forest for the trees.”
Because the heart and mind of the forest do not wave in the wind
but dwell underground, within the complex woven soil of fungal
threads and plant rhizomes. This mycorrhizal network functions as
the core switchboard of the forest, shuttling...
The Gorge of Despair
In this thrilling
novel, we follow three young climbers from Yosemite as they trek
into the remote backcountry of the High Sierras. Stoked with the
vigor of optimism, they seek adventure, first ascents, and maybe a
little glory. What they find is an unforgiving wilderness that
forces them into...
Mirror of Beasts: Episodes of a Reflected Ecology
Using the radical
perspectives of psychoecology, Wright recycles the form of the
medieval bestiary into an exploration of contemporary mythic
experience. Essentially an analytical memoir, Mirror of
Beasts explores new ground in an attempt to understand
relationships between humans and wild...
The Kraken Imaginary
Master Logician and investigating philosopher, travels far over
land and sea to intervene in the trial of a woman. She’s a bard of
uncommon skill, celebrated across the known world, but that means
nothing to the fanatic monks who hold her imprisoned on their
remote island. They’ve...
Walking in Circles
off the beaten path in this collection of essays about the
excursions of two pedestrians in Europe. Rather than racking up
miles in the obvious museums, husband and wife meander through the
streets of Paris in search of the perfect thrift store, intense
dark chocolat, and radical poster...