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Sarah Aronson

Sarah Aronson is the host and producer of "The Write Question" on Montana Public Radio.

One/ Pushkin

"There is a Russian-roulette effect to the storytelling that will keep readers turning the page ... impressive, focusing on life's contradictions and absurdities." -- Irish Times

“Even if there are people in your life who don’t love you, the sky loves you, the ocean loves you, the land loves you. You are always connected to something that loves you.” -- Jennifer Finley

American Wolf

Oct 4, 2017

“Gripping and fascinating! Wolf versus wolf, wolf versus man, man versus man.” 

Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid’s Tale and Hag-Seed (via Twitter)

American Wolf is the intimate, involving story of the rise and reign of O-Six, the fabled Yellowstone wolf, and the people who loved or feared her. In the book, Blakeslee delves into the complex debate over wolves in Yellowstone. This debate, between pro- and anti-wolf forces, serves as a window into the larger clash of cultures in the West—and indeed, the rest of the country. This is so much more than a story of wolves raising their litters and caring for each other, although readers will get a crash course in the fascinating behavior of wolves. It is a story–with O-Six at the epicenter–of politics, lawyers, the environment, ecology, love, fear, loss and more.

Simon & Schuster

"You know, as a writer, it’s always these tidbits that catch your attention: the little article, or maybe a line in a song, or something somebody says, or a story, and in this case it was actually on Twitter."                         -- Christine Carbo

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

“This is one scary book—it's hard to imagine a more thorough accounting of the ways we're managing to turn our planet into an inferno.”

Bill McKibben, author of Eaarth: Making  a Life on a Tough New Planet

A brilliant exploration of the rising phenomenon of megafires—forest fires of alarming scale, intensity, and devastation—that explains the science of what is causing them and captures the danger and heroism of those who fight them

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