One wildlife anthology. Three passionate nature writers. Nine evocative stories.
Some believe the natural world is our real home. Could the eternal pull we feel toward the golden warmth of a rising sun, the tumbling waves of the ocean, or the soothing sound of birdsong, be nature’s way of calling us back?
There is a mystery to wildlife we are at a loss to explain, a complexity challenging to describe, and an experience impossible to convey. Jessica Groenendijk, Donna Mulvenna, and Margi Prideaux, have been compelled to try, with a journey through some of the most scenic and rich wildlife habitats in the world. All Things Breathe Alike conveys in words the joy of what is not yet lost.
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Authors: Jessica Groenendijk, Donna Mulvenna, and Margi Prideaux
Release date: February 1, 2017
Territory: English language market
Size: 203×127 mm
ISBN: 978-0-6480225-2-7 (ebk)
Jessica Groenendijk is a Dutch biologist and nature writer, based in Peru. Her work in conservation has taken her from monitoring the charismatic and irrepressible giant otter in the Amazon rainforest to helping to protect endangered black rhinos in Zambia.
Donna Mulvenna is a horticulturist, whose journey as a nature writer began when she moved to the Amazon rainforest. Donna is a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Writers, and the author of Happiness is Green, Wild Roots—Coming Alive in the French Amazon, and The Awe of Nature. She co-authored All Things Breathe Alike: A Wildlife Anthology, and is the co-editor of Tales of the River: An Anthology of River Literature.
Margi Prideaux is an author and international wildlife negotiator. She has written about wildlife in international politics and law almost every day for the past 27 years. She has four books. Birdsong After the Storm, Global Environmental Governance, Civil Society and Wildlife, co-authored All Things Breathe Alike: A Wildlife Anthology, and is the co-editor of Tales of the River: An Anthology of River Literature.