Conservation Writing combines several varieties of creative writing in the promotion of conservation goals. Luke’s new book consists of 13 essays, widely published in books, journals, and newsletters, and all rewritten for this volume. The essays present examples of conservation writing, discussions of its craft, and examinations of key ideas in ecology, landscape planning, and environmental ethics which conservation writers need. The publisher, The Center for Policy Analysis, and Luke are offering the book for $14.95 (plus shipping), or for $7.11 as a download, in hopes of reaching as many people as possible – especially writers who would like to apply their skills to conservation, and conservationists who would like to sharpen their inspirational and persuasive abilities.
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Front Cover of Conservation Writing:
Essays at the Crossroads of Nature and Culture
By Luke Wallin
Published by the Center for Policy Analysis
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
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