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Interwoven Wild: An Ecologist Loose in the Garden - Gayton, Don
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Once one nation became Six, and death defined their borders.All memory of a great society called America has vanished in the passing centuries since the Cataclysm. Much that was lost. All that will be is in peril.Once a street beggar known as "Scar" became a prince named Arn.A bastard prince is called once again to sacrifice for his brother's kingdom, and for the future, in this newly dawned age of fragile armistice. On the far side of a vast, nightmarish landscape of bloodthirsty warriors and mutant beasts--in a mysterious land on a far western shore--treachery threatens to undermine the ancient Codes that would prevent a reoccurrence of the disaster that devoured a civilization. And Arn must lead a small band of might and magic through hell--and into the unknown and subtle terrors that await them in Pacifica--to build a lasting peace. . .or to serve as the instrument of dread annihilation., Eos, A Pictoral Soft Cover. Very Good, or Better. And Not Ex-Library., 6.8 x 4.2 x 1.2 inches, Roc, Theodore Audel and Co, 1959. Paperback. Good., Theodore Audel and Co, 1959, Viking, NY, 1995, First Ed. Near fine octavo hardcover in like dj. Date written on endpaper. Crime novel. 452 pp. A serial killer on the loose in Minnesota, snapping young women's necks--a weatherman predicts a tornado which he sees in his mind--the landscape of Minnesota--demonic, majestic, bizarre, magical. Rick's alter ego pursues the serial killer.. Very Good/Very Good., Viking, NY, 1995, First Ed., Giroux : New York, 1998. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. Margins - A Naturalist Meets Long Island Soundby Mary Parker Buckles Published by North Point Press, a division of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York 1998, ISBN#: 0865475326, Soft bound, New/Mint condition. Twenty-four million people live within one hundred miles of Long Island Sound, the 110-mile-long body of water that separates Long Island from Connecticut and New York's mainland. Yet the land, sky, and inter-tidal areas that Mary Parker Buckles explores in Margins, as well as the water itself, have remained virtually uncelebrated until now. While the Sound has been endangered by pollution and development, it is far from dead, as some picture it. Buckles' inspired explorations show that, in fact, it teems with life and is well worth our attention. With a deft touch and a naturalist's keen eye, Buckles introduces herself - and us - to this stimulating environment. Blending hard science with her own often whimsical observations, she discovers the magic of shorebirds on a stopover during their semi-annual migrations and comes to appreciate the temperament of owls, the intricacy of barnacles, the crusty horseshoe crab, and the fragile osprey chick. Buckles explains what the ongoing battle over wetlands is all about and elucidates the complexities of the place she describes as "inherently sacred by virtue of being alive." Raised in inland Mississippi, moving to the Midwest as an adult, Buckles yearned to live by the sea. When, in the late 1980s, she at last "landed" along Long Island Sound, she was "predisposed to like" what she would find there. But "like" is an uncharacteristically hazy word from this talented writer, who in her first book displays an ear for the exact phrase every bit as acute as her eye for the natural phenomena that she details and celebrates. Long Island Sound, which rests on the south along its titular land mass and on the north along the Connecticut shoreline, laps against some highly developed land. Yet Buckles discovers and explores world upon world of natural wonder within suburbia, grouping them sensibly into sections on "Land," "Air," "Water" and "Inter-tidal Zone." The range of wildlife she limns could fill a museum hall, from ospreys to sea squirts to raptors to barnacles, whose "tiny adult, which in some ways resembles a soggy Rice Krispie, is very intricately formed." This book is a first-rate natural history, but more, for Buckles views these creatures and the settings in which they live not only with the rigor of a scientist but with the good humor and passion of one who feels deeply a part of what she surveys. So in myriad anecdotes the text reveals the behavior of the author and her friends as well, as when, one May night, Buckles joins another naturalist to watch horseshoe crabs swim, then returns a few nights later to see them mate.This is a delicate, selective, and deeply personal natural history of Long Island Sound.When Buckles (author of "Mammals of the World") found herself transplanted to the Connecticut shore, she wanted to get to know the environment beyond its problematic reputation as a sewage-laden, pathogenic wasteland, its bounty contaminated. To her the sound was not diseased (indeed, it appeared to be on the mend), but rather "a place inherently sacred by virtue of being alive." So she got down on her hands and knees at the water's edge, or pottered about in her little Boston Whaler, becoming intimate with the land- and waterscapes, knitting together the specialized habitats and communities that could be seen to flow into one another "like watercolors left in the rain." Here she details 14 investigations of things natural that identify the sound for her: its glacial origins and geologic history, its coves and estuaries and its avian abundancebufflehead and old squaw, mergansers, cormorants, ospreys, and many more. She marvels at the return of the oak, hickory, and tulip poplar forests, and pokes about the islands: grand Gardiners, tiny Fish, tern-colonized Falkner. She dredges for oysters, then tips back the catch, and catalogs the curious menagerie that populates a dock. And there is an extended meditation on the unique salt-marsh landscape, with its spartina, fiddlers, and pipers. Buckles' writing is careful and graceful, and she has a facility for investing the mundane with significance (barnacles, for instance) and clarifying obscure biological processes. Buckles tunes in to the habits and rhythms of her home shore and lets them nurture her spirit. "Long Island Sound has a beauty and a vitality that leave me dumbfounded with love. These writings are my love letters." The book is approximately 5 X 8 inches in size and contains 286 pages. The cover price is $13. Another copy of the book is currently offered on the Internet at Warrior Books for $23. Buyer pays minimal shipping - US Post Office Media Mail unless specified otherwise. If you have any questions please send me an email. Thanks for looking!, Giroux, 1998, Giroux : New York, 1998. Paperback. Fine/No Jacket. Margins - A Naturalist Meets Long Island Soundby Mary Parker Buckles Published by North Point Press, a division of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York 1998, ISBN#: 0865475326, Soft bound, New/Mint condition. Twenty-four million people live within one hundred miles of Long Island Sound, the 110-mile-long body of water that separates Long Island from Connecticut and New York's mainland. Yet the land, sky, and inter-tidal areas that Mary Parker Buckles explores in Margins, as well as the water itself, have remained virtually uncelebrated until now. While the Sound has been endangered by pollution and development, it is far from dead, as some picture it. Buckles' inspired explorations show that, in fact, it teems with life and is well worth our attention. With a deft touch and a naturalist's keen eye, Buckles introduces herself - and us - to this stimulating environment. Blending hard science with her own often whimsical observations, she discovers the magic of shorebirds on a stopover during their semi-annual migrations and comes to appreciate the temperament of owls, the intricacy of barnacles, the crusty horseshoe crab, and the fragile osprey chick. Buckles explains what the ongoing battle over wetlands is all about and elucidates the complexities of the place she describes as "inherently sacred by virtue of being alive." Raised in inland Mississippi, moving to the Midwest as an adult, Buckles yearned to live by the sea. When, in the late 1980s, she at last "landed" along Long Island Sound, she was "predisposed to like" what she would find there. But "like" is an uncharacteristically hazy word from this talented writer, who in her first book displays an ear for the exact phrase every bit as acute as her eye for the natural phenomena that she details and celebrates. Long Island Sound, which rests on the south along its titular land mass and on the north along the Connecticut shoreline, laps against some highly developed land. Yet Buckles discovers and explores world upon world of natural wonder within suburbia, grouping them sensibly into sections on "Land," "Air," "Water" and "Inter-tidal Zone." The range of wildlife she limns could fill a museum hall, from ospreys to sea squirts to raptors to barnacles, whose "tiny adult, which in some ways resembles a soggy Rice Krispie, is very intricately formed." This book is a first-rate natural history, but more, for Buckles views these creatures and the settings in which they live not only with the rigor of a scientist but with the good humor and passion of one who feels deeply a part of what she surveys. So in myriad anecdotes the text reveals the behavior of the author and her friends as well, as when, one May night, Buckles joins another naturalist to watch horseshoe crabs swim, then returns a few nights later to see them mate.This is a delicate, selective, and deeply personal natural history of Long Island Sound.When Buckles (author of "Mammals of the World") found herself transplanted to the Connecticut shore, she wanted to get to know the environment beyond its problematic reputation as a sewage-laden, pathogenic wasteland, its bounty contaminated. To her the sound was not diseased (indeed, it appeared to be on the mend), but rather "a place inherently sacred by virtue of being alive." So she got down on her hands and knees at the water's edge, or pottered about in her little Boston Whaler, becoming intimate with the land- and waterscapes, knitting together the specialized habitats and communities that could be seen to flow into one another "like watercolors left in the rain." Here she details 14 investigations of things natural that identify the sound for her: its glacial origins and geologic history, its coves and estuaries and its avian abundancebufflehead and old squaw, mergansers, cormorants, ospreys, and many more. She marvels at the return of the oak, hickory, and tulip poplar forests, and pokes about the islands: grand Gardiners, tiny Fish, tern-colonized Falkner. She dredges for oysters, then tips back the catch, and catalogs the curious menagerie that populates a dock. And there is an extended meditation on the unique salt-marsh landscape, with its spartina, fiddlers, and pipers. Buckles' writing is careful and graceful, and she has a facility for investing the mundane with significance (barnacles, for instance) and clarifying obscure biological processes. Buckles tunes in to the habits and rhythms of her home shore and lets them nurture her spirit. "Long Island Sound has a beauty and a vitality that leave me dumbfounded with love. These writings are my love letters." The book is approximately 5 X 8 inches in size and contains 286 pages. The cover price is $13. Another copy of the book is currently offered on the Internet at Warrior Books for $23. Buyer pays minimal shipping - US Post Office Media Mail unless specified otherwise. If you have any questions please send me an email. Thanks for looking!, Giroux, 1998, Thistledown Press, 2007. Thistledown Press 2007 New/ Review Don Gayton is one of Canada's most acclaimed nature writers. -- David Boyd, ed. Northern Wild: Best Canadian Nature Writing [Gayton] gives us a new place to start, and new tools to use, in our contemplation of the thorny problem of the human relation to nature. Sharon Butala, author of The Perfection of the morning This folks, is real literature! Landscapes of the Interior is sensuous, precise and instructive; a consummate work of reinhabitory essay. Alive with insight, vivid detail, and astute observation, Gayton's writing deftly and concretely engages a number of the most consequential questions of ecological theory and practice under discussion today. --Stephanie Mills, author of In Service of the Wild Don Gayton is one of Canada's most acclaimed nature writers. -- David Boyd, ed. Northern Wild: Best Canadian Nature Writing [Gayton] gives us a new place to start, and new tools to use, in our contemplation of the thorny problem of the human relation to nature. Sharon Butala, author of The Perfection of the morning This folks, is real literature! Landscapes of the Interior is sensuous, precise and instructive; a consummate work of reinhabitory essay. Alive with insight, vivid detail, and astute observation, Gayton's writing deftly and concretely engages a number of the most consequential questions of ecological theory and practice under discussion today. -- Stephanie Mills, author of In Service of the Wild Product Descriptionp>Nationally known field ecologist Don Gayton brings his wealth of experience to show us how nature and ecology perform their magic right in our gardens and home landscapes. Engaging the reader with real Â- and occasionally hilarious Â- gardening experiences, Gayton marries the joys of a gardening season to the fascinations of ecology. In charming and lyrical prose, he explores the inter–reliance of species, soil fertility, weed invasions, and how the rampion got its name. He also speculates on gardeners themselves Â- their motivations, their tools, their artistic sensibilities. By skilfully interweaving the work of painters, writers, and landscape architects, Gayton marks gardening and landscaping as primordial human urges, and the garden as a gift, a celebration, a revelation buried in our collective mythologies. This is a for everyone who sees deeper meanings in their gardens and landscapes.. Paperback. New., Thistledown Press, 2007

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[EAN: 9781897235355], Neubuch, [PU: Thistledown Press], DON GAYTON, Gardening|General, Literary Criticism|General, Nature|Ecology, Thistledown Press 2007 New/ Review Don Gayton is one of Canada's most acclaimed nature writers. -- David Boyd, ed. Northern Wild: Best Canadian Nature Writing [Gayton] gives us a new place to start, and new tools to use, in our contemplation of the thorny problem of the human relation to nature. Sharon Butala, author of The Perfection of the morning This folks, is real literature! Landscapes of the Interior is sensuous, precise and instructive; a consummate work of reinhabitory essay. Alive with insight, vivid detail, and astute observation, Gayton's writing deftly and concretely engages a number of the most consequential questions of ecological theory and practice under discussion today. --Stephanie Mills, author of In Service of the Wild Don Gayton is one of Canada's most acclaimed nature writers. -- David Boyd, ed. Northern Wild: Best Canadian Nature Writing [Gayton] gives us a new place to start, and new tools to use, in our contemplation of the thorny problem of the human relation to nature. Sharon Butala, author of The Perfection of the morning This folks, is real literature! Landscapes of the Interior is sensuous, precise and instructive; a consummate work of reinhabitory essay. Alive with insight, vivid detail, and astute observation, Gayton's writing deftly and concretely engages a number of the most consequential questions of ecological theory and practice under discussion today. -- Stephanie Mills, author of In Service of the Wild Product Descriptionp>Nationally known field ecologist Don Gayton brings his wealth of experience to show us how nature and ecology perform their magic right in our gardens and home landscapes. Engaging the reader with real Â- and occasionally hilarious Â- gardening experiences, Gayton marries the joys of a gardening season to the fascinations of ecology. In charming and lyrical prose, he explores the inter–reliance of species, soil fertility, weed invasions, and how the rampion got its name. He also speculates on gardeners themselves Â- their motivations, their tools, their artistic sensibilities. By skilfully interweaving the work of painters, writers, and landscape architects, Gayton marks gardening and landscaping as primordial human urges, and the garden as a gift, a celebration, a revelation buried in our collective mythologies. This is a for everyone who sees deeper meanings in their gardens and landscapes.

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Interwoven Wild: An Ecologist Loose In the Garden begins with an intimate look at Don Gayton in his BC garden with his dog Spud. Striking a series of premises - the first one being that gardening is essentially an irrational act - he logically and humorously begins to unravel the work and rituals of gardening. Engaging the reader with real gardening experiences, Gayton takes us on the microscopic steps of a gardening season and his interest in ecological succession. While commenting on the inter-reliance of species, types of soil, why weeds invade, how foreign planets appear, insects, disease and frost, he also speculates on gardeners -- their needs to landscape, to purchase specialized tools, to use chemicals, to emotionally bond with trees, shrubs, flowers and vegetables.The back story of Interwoven Wild is much more universal. In it Gayton uses his experiences as a working field ecologist to place the garden in the larger context of our present natural world. By interlocking artists such as Monet and Caravaggio; writers such as Walt Whitman, Thoreau, Emily Dickenson, and Ann Dowden; park designer Frederick Law Olmstead, and landscape architect Christopher Alexander, Gayton reminds us that the garden has long held sway in the creative consciousness. His brief excursions into history, whether tracing the apple back to Kazakhstan, explaining how the tulip made its way from Turkey to Holland, or how the industrialist Baylock''s introduction of a smuggled Asian cherry tree destroyed the BC cherry orchids fascinate as well as instruct. For Gayton, the garden is a primordial human urge -- a gift, celebration, and revelation buried in human psyche, marked in our collective mythologies --a kind of magical glue binding world culture, science and economics. Don Gayton, Books, Science and Nature, Interwoven Wild: An Ecologist Loose In The Garden Books>Science and Nature, Thistledown Press

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"Interwoven Wild: An Ecologist Loose In the Garden" begins with an intimate look at Don Gayton in his BC garden with his dog Spud. Striking a series of premises - the first one being that gardening is essentially an irrational act - he logically and humorously begins to unravel the work and rituals of gardening. Engaging the reader with real gardening experiences, Gayton takes us on the microscopic steps of a gardening season and his interest in ecological succession. While commenting on the inter-reliance of species, types of soil, why weeds invade, how foreign planets appear, insects, disease and frost, he also speculates on gardeners -- their needs to landscape, to purchase specialized tools, to use chemicals, to emotionally bond with trees, shrubs, flowers and vegetables. The "back story" of "Interwoven Wild "is much more universal. In it Gayton uses his experiences as a working field ecologist to place the garden in the larger context of our present natural world. By interlocking artists such as Monet and Caravaggio; writers such as Walt Whitman, Thoreau, Emily Dickenson, and Ann Dowden; park designer Frederick Law Olmstead, and landscape architect Christopher Alexander, Gayton reminds us that the garden has long held sway in the creative consciousness. His brief excursions into history, whether tracing the apple back to Kazakhstan, explaining how the tulip made its way from Turkey to Holland, or how the industrialist Baylock's introduction of a smuggled Asian cherry tree destroyed the BC cherry orchids fascinate as well as instruct. For Gayton, the garden is a primordial human urge -- a gift, celebration, and revelation buried in human psyche, marked in our collectivemythologies --a kind of magical glue binding world culture, science and economics. Interwoven Wild: An Ecologist Loose in the Garden Gayton, Don, Thistledown Press

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"Interwoven Wild: An Ecologist Loose In the Garden" begins with an intimate look at Don Gayton in his BC garden with his dog Spud. Striking a series of premises - the first one being that gardening is essentially an irrational act - he logically and humorously begins to unravel the work and rituals of gardening. Engaging the reader with real gardening experiences, Gayton takes us on the microscopic steps of a gardening season and his interest in ecological succession. While commenting on the inter-reliance of species, types of soil, why weeds invade, how foreign planets appear, insects, disease and frost, he also speculates on gardeners -- their needs to landscape, to purchase specialized tools, to use chemicals, to emotionally bond with trees, shrubs, flowers and vegetables. The "back story" of "Interwoven Wild "is much more universal. In it Gayton uses his experiences as a working field ecologist to place the garden in the larger context of our present natural world. By interlocking artists such as Monet and Caravaggio; writers such as Walt Whitman, Thoreau, Emily Dickenson, and Ann Dowden; park designer Frederick Law Olmstead, and landscape architect Christopher Alexander, Gayton reminds us that the garden has long held sway in the creative consciousness. His brief excursions into history, whether tracing the apple back to Kazakhstan, explaining how the tulip made its way from Turkey to Holland, or how the industrialist Baylock's introduction of a smuggled Asian cherry tree destroyed the BC cherry orchids fascinate as well as instruct. For Gayton, the garden is a primordial human urge -- a gift, celebration, and revelation buried in human psyche, marked in our collectivemythologies --a kind of magical glue binding world culture, science and economics.

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