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Pondering Gretel Ehrlich in Las Vegas

Pondering Gretel Ehrlich in Las Vegas

Mar 27, 2015 March 27, 2015

Words and photos by Greta Hyland   The irony was not lost on me as I sat crossed legged in Las Vegas at a youth soccer tournament reading, The Solace of Open Spaces, by Gretel Ehrlich. The sound of traffic from the… Read More

Excerpt from Michael Kew’s “Crossings”

Excerpt from Michael Kew’s “Crossings”

By Michael Kew   |   Aug 8, 2012 August 8, 2012

by Michael Kew From “Jewel of Palm and Rain,” Chapter 26 It was California's autumn equinox, with its earthy browns and yellows, its wind and its chill, on the cusp of solitude, that had sent me away. A shirtless late-afternoon bike ride across the farm, down the leafy corridor of… Read More

Excerpt from “Paddling North” by Audrey Sutherland

Excerpt from “Paddling North” by Audrey Sutherland

Jun 25, 2012 June 25, 2012

by Audrey Sutherland Patagonia Books is proud to announce our latest release, Audrey Sutherland’s new book Paddling North, which describes her solo voyages along Alaska’s southeast coast in a nine-foot inflatable kayak. The book includes maps by Compass Projections and… Read More

Above: Fletcher Chouinard on a virgin right-hander. Photo: Michael Kew

Excerpt from “Crossings” by Michael Kew

By Michael Kew   |   Apr 16, 2012 April 16, 2012

  From “Coral Refuge, Ocean Deep,” Chapter 8 WOULD THEY DO IT IN PARIS? It’s the second T-shirt I’ve seen today that poses this question, a lingering sting of animosity toward France’s three decades of nuclear testing in L’Archipel. France ignored a 1973 World Court request to stop the practice,… Read More

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