“Rhythm of the Wild” is a wide-ranging book that’s equal parts personal memoir, political polemic, wilderness observations and plea for environmental stewardship. It follows a trajectory I saw in myself and many of the people I worked with in Denali National Park.
July 26, 2015
Robin McLean supported herself as a potter for years, working in Alaska's backwoods and hawking her wares to shops around the state. Her first book of short stories has won a major national award and she's back on a book tour that owes a lot to her pottery days.
July 23, 2015
Earlier this year, 49 Writers held a series of conversations and workshops where people shared memories about how they came to Anchorage and what they found memorable about the place. The result is a book, “Anchorage Remembers: A Century of Tales,” which will be launched at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 23, at the Anchorage Museum.
July 20, 2015
“Arctic Icons” emerges as an environmental book that honestly addresses the tenuous relationship between modern society and the natural world.
July 19, 2015
First Friday shows include work by an artist exploring his Native and gay identities, the mayor slices Anchorage's birthday cake and a historian explains the "myth" of Seward's Folly.
July 16, 2015
As survival tales go, First Lt. Leon Crane's WWII story is epic, which makes it all the more surprising that it is so little known in Alaska.
July 12, 2015
Books by Alaskans and of Alaskan interest, from a TV evangelist who spent time on the tundra to a mystery about a kidnapped child and a plot to blow up the trans-Alaska pipeline.
July 12, 2015
A musical about Chris McCandless will be showcased in Juneau this weekend.
July 9, 2015
One thousand years of human progress -- or maybe regression -- will be covered in 100 minutes in “Western Civilization: The Complete Musical (abridged)."
July 6, 2015
Preston Jones, professor of history and Fulbright scholar with an Alaska connection, will speak on how Anchorage became the leading town in the territory.
July 2, 2015