Sitting down to tell a tale is only a small part of writing a good book about nature. The real work, and the real fun, is being there. Today, Susan Lamb and Tom Zoellner will explain why hitting the trail is so important to getting to know a place.
|Where:||National Parks Experience (Seats 146) |
|When:||Sat, Mar 4, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm|
|Signing area:||Sales & Signing Area - Science City (following presentation)|
|Genre:||Nature / Environment / Outdoor Adventure|
Susan Lamb served as a ranger-naturalist in the National Park Service for seven years; her last assignment was as Desert View District Ranger-Naturalist at Grand Canyon National Park. The Desert View District borders the Navajo Nation and her work there was to interpret the pre-Columbian and modern indigenous peoples of the Colorado Plateau, particularly the Hisatsinom and the Hopi....
Tom Zoellner, a fifth-generation Arizonan, is the author of eight nonfiction books, including "Rim to River," "The Heartless Stone," "Uranium," "The National Road," and "Island on Fire," which won the 2020 National Book Critics Circle Award and was a finalist for the Bancroft Prize....