The New Yorker has selected Rebecca Boyle’s OUR MOON (Random House) as one of The Best Books We Read This Week, saying: "This chronicle of our planet’s 'silvery sister' begins with the explosive interaction, four and a half billion years ago, that split the moon from the Earth, and eventually encompasses the climatic chaos that is likely to ensue when it ultimately escapes our gravitational pull.”
Melissa L. Sevigny’s BRAVE THE WILD RIVER (WW Norton) has been named to the longlist for the 34th Annual Reading the West Book Awards in the category of Memoir & Biography. Public voting on the shortlists will be from May 1 to 31.
Melissa L. Sevigny’s BRAVE THE WILD RIVER (WW Norton) is a Southwest Book of the Year. The committee calls it “an intimate biography” and “a fine Western adventure tale.”
Leila Philip’s BEAVERLAND (Twelve) appeared at #12 on the New York Times paperback nonfiction list.
Critics and editors at the New York Times recommend Rebecca Boyle's OUR MOON (Random House). "The moon may seem the least mysterious of our celestial neighbors, but Boyle gracefully argues that our development as a species and a planet is inextricably linked to its presence.”