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The Great Re-imagining by Theodore Richards

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Drawing from sources ranging from the ancient apocalyptic traditions to contemporary science, The Great Re-Imagining explores the deep narratives that have brought us the brink of apocalypse and invites us to re-imagine our place in the world. More Info »
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The Book of Noticing by Katherine Hauswirth

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  The Book of Noticing Collections and Connections on the Trail by Katherine Hauswirth Overview John Muir said, “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” So is the case for each walk-inspired essay from Katherine Hauswirth. Each reflection hands you talismans that you More Info »
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Minerva’s Owls by Mary Petiet

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Minerva’s Owls Remembering the Divine Feminine to Reenvision the World by Mary Petiet Overview Minerva’s Owls plumbs the depth of inner and outer consciousness as the new consciousness emerges. It seeks the balance we need to achieve through space and time, individually and as a society, if we are to move forward in any meaningful More Info »
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The Moon Reminded Me by Yogacharya Ellen Grace O’Brian

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The Moon Reminded Me by Yogacharya Ellen Grace O’Brian With Foreword by Mirabai Starr Finalist for the 2016 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize Read the First Pages Overview In her luminous poems, Ellen Grace O’Brian manages to braid contemporary moments of everyday life with ancient spiritual teachings—the sight of a hummingbird’s red throat, bread on the table, More Info »
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Letters from the Other Side of Silence by Joseph Little

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Letters from the Other Side of Silence by Joseph Little Overview In Letters from the Other Side of Silence, Joseph Little chronicles his search for a meaningful life after slipping into a mystical state atop Pacaya, an active volcano in Guatemala. The journey takes him to a reclusive Russian mystic meditating in the Himalayas, an More Info »
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To Look Out From by Dede Cummings

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“In To Look Out From, Dede Cummings takes good advantage of the imaginative fluidity that poetry offers. Even her poems of memory and family are driven by curiosity and enlivened by quick maneuvers and spritely turns. And she is careful never to leave the reader behind.” — Billy Collins More Info »
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American Wild by Michael Engelhard

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Torn between two “soulscapes”—the canyon country and Alaska—the author has roamed both for twenty- five years. En route he suffered snowstorms, boat- flips, heat, injury, bobcat tamales, upset raptors, charging grizzlies, the Park Service, heartbreak, hungry mosquitos, and honeymooners from abroad. Above all, American Wild speaks of one man’s desire to see natural wealth and our stories about it preserved. More Info »
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Seeing the Past by James T. Powers

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Seeing the Past Stories on the Trail of a Yankee Millwright by James T. Powers Overview Milo Todd was not content with his future lot in life.  Having inherited his family gristmill in the tiny village of Northford, he lived at a time of dynamic economic change during the latter half of the 19th Century More Info »
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Midlife with Thoreau by Diane P. Freedman

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This is a book about writing as righting. At midlife Diane P. Freedman turns to the books of Thoreau, not to mention his landscapes. Practicing the nature cure and the narrative cure, she writes, in poems, essays, and journals, about family, feminism, and literary history, loss, divorce, dating, accidents, animals, waterways, local landscapes, and teaching environmental literature in ruburban New Hampshire. More Info »
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Canoeing Maine’s Legendary Allagash by David K. Leff

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"Canoeing Maine's Legendary Allagash is a multi-layered story that transcends time, if not place. As we follow two individuals challenged by heavy winds, rapids, tough portages, and slightly bruised egos, we also encounter the stories of travelers and settlers from over the past 150 years. Through David's poetic prose, we experience both natural beauty and the risky business of hard travel in a new relationship." —Corinne H. Smith, author of Henry David Thoreau for Kids More Info »
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Wildness: Voices of the Sacred Landscape | Anthology

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“I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.” ― John Muir In celebration of Homebound Publications' 5th anniversary, the press has gathered together a circle of 19 of its most beloved authors to create this anthology exploring the confluence of More Info »
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Nature's Calling by Gail Collins-Ranadive

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Nature's Calling:  The Grace of Place by Gail Collins-Ranadive Overview Steeped in the faith tradition of the American Transcendentalists (the majority of whom, like Emerson, were Unitarian ministers) the author’s own spiritual life was likewise grounded and guided by nature. So of course she said yes to a career in interim ministry that would require her More Info »
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Seasons of Contemplation by L.M. Browning

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In Seasons of Contemplation, Browning offers the reader humble yet impacting meditations on the topics of religion, connection, mindfulness, ecology, the spiritual journey, and the perils of modern culture. More Info »
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Slices of Life by Ann Nyberg

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Ann Nyberg is WTNH-TV’s longest-serving Anchor/Reporter in station history. In her debut book, Slices of Life, Ann pulls pages from that diary to share with you; reflecting on her childhood, life lessons, and the importance of living each day to the fullest. More Info »
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Match by Gunilla Norris

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Illumined by the lifetime of wisdom Norris shares in yet another beautifully written book, Match describes a life-giving practice toward transformation." —Parker J. Palmer, author of Healing the Heart of Democracy More Info »
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Sheltered in the Heart by Gunilla Norris

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In her book Gunilla Norris shows how in holding each other with trust and compassion our shells fall away and we emerge into the world as freer beings. Participating in a true friendship is profound and holy work. This book is a gift for the journey. More Info »
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Fleeting Moments of Fierce Clarity by L.M. Browning

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Follow author and New England native L.M. Browning in her wanderings across the Northeast, from the solitude of her home along the shore of Connecticut, to the rushing city streets of Boston, to the tall-pine landscape of Arcadia Park in Rhode Island to the quiet edges of Walden Pond. More Info »
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To Live in Paradise by Cindi McVey

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Set amid the magic and struggles of Africa, To Live in Paradise is the poignant memoir of a young American woman who finds herself swept up in an intriguing new life in Zimbabwe, just as this paradise country takes a critical turn in its history. More Info »
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Chewing Sand by Gail Collins-Ranadive

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What happens when an Easterner who needs trees, hates heat, and doesn’t gamble spends a year living in Las Vegas? Follow the author’s reflections as she comes to appreciate the surrounding desert so deeply that she returns seven years later to hear more of the Mojave’s message. More Info »
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Afoot in Connecticut by Eric D. Lehman

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Afoot in Connecticut, is a love letter to this often overlooked region of America, an inspirational story that will have you taking to the trails and the greenways, along the beaches and mountaintops, and into a land full of transformation, of beauty, and of strength. More Info »
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Saving the Farm by James T. Powers

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Located on ten acres of woods and meadows at the intersection of two busy state roads, the Dudley Farm at first glance looks like many other surviving New England farms from the 19th century. But, with a second look, it becomes obvious there is a difference. Sitting on a slight hill above the road, with its picket fence and stone walls, the farm calls the passerby. More Info »
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My Father's Gardens by Karen Levy

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My Father’s Gardens is the story of a young girl who comes of age in two languages, and on two shores, between warring parents and rules that change depending on the landscape and the proximity of her mother. Struggling to find her voice and her place in the world as a result of her frequent travels between her native Israel and the United States, she feels that she must choose a place to call home. More Info »
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Lungs of My Earth by William Henry Searle

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“In a breathless torrent of vivid impressions–most strikingly those of touch and feel–William Henry Searle ignites our own senses, brings us to life. Those of us, like me, who glibly speak of the living Earth as our larger body, are jolted awake to a wilder, more awesome reality.” —Joanna Macy More Info »
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Love Affairs with Reptiles and Amphibians edited by Jamie K. Reaser

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Courting the Wild: Love Affairs with Reptiles and Amphibians Edited by Jamie K. Reaser Praise for Courting the Wild Ever since that infa­mous episode in The Garden of Eden, we humans have des­per­ately needed to heal our rela­tion­ship with the scaly and slip­pery ones. Unfairly dis­en­fran­chised from our good­will for thou­sands of years, “herps” deserve to More Info »
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Creatively Maladjusted by Theodore Richards

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Creatively Maladjusted by Theodore Richards Overview “Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Education is the subject of much public debate. Politicians and bureaucrats, educators and parents, students and concerned citizens all have an interest—and a stake—in the way we educate our children. But while much is More Info »
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Border Crossings by Ian Marshall

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Like Basho, he finds the miraculous in the common and elevates the humble walk into a spiritual practice, sprinkling his narrative with lovely original haiku that seem to have condensed in the moment, like droplets of dew. More Info »
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Huntley Meadows by Jamie K. Reaser

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Huntley Meadows A Naturalist’s Journal in Verse Jamie K. Reaser, with a forward by David S. Wilcove   Watching an individual leaf waltz its way down from blue can’t be any less miraculous than birth. Praise for Huntley Meadows “Jamie K. Reaser’s poetic account of a year in Huntley Meadows in the heart of Washington More Info »
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The Salmon in the Spring by Jason Kirkey

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The Salmon in the Spring is an eloquent calling to be fully present and engaged in our time and place in both human and mythic history. —Tom Cowan More Info »
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Cosmosophia by Theodore Richards

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In a previous generation, someone of Theodore’s depth and integrity might have worked out his vocation in a monastery. In our time, he finds his way in the urban world of struggle and promise, despair and hope. He is a philosopher-activist who listens deeply and walks his talk. What he is learning is worth our all listening to. —Matthew Fox More Info »
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Love Affairs with the Land edited by Jamie K. Reaser

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Courting the Wild: Love Affairs with the Land Edited by Jamie K. Reaser and Susan Chernak McElroy Do you remember the first time you feel in love? Within these pages you will find love stories, rapturous love affairs with the land, shameless seductions, betrothals, vows exchanged, marriages of the soul, heartaches, partings, healings, and renewals. More Info »
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