THE NATURE BOOK by Tom Comitta is a bold exploratory work and canonical collage of the natural world. Check out more of what Nick Rees Gardner has to say in his book review of this Coffee House Press novel.
THE ANTHROPOCENE EPOCH: When Humans Changed the World by Bruce Glass is a terrifically important piece on the future of our planet. Check out what Joe Walters of IBR has to say about this indie nonfiction book.
THE UNDERSTORY: A Female Environmentalist in the Land of the Midnight Sun by M.E. Schuman is solemn, yet stirring—a memoir full of love for life. Check out what Audrey Davis has to say about this indie nature memoir.
THE DARK HEART OF EVERY WILD THING by Joseph Fasano is a beautiful and brutal examination of intimacy, grief, and man’s relationship with nature. Check out what Nathaniel Drenner has to say in his review of this Platypus Press novel.