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Volumes from Mary Mullen, Wendy Erd and Ann Fox Chandonnet provide a feast of precise details, language play, and commentary on the forces that shape lives and communities.
The book offers dual narratives: the author’s life as a transplant to Interior Alaska and her battle with acute myeloid leukemia.
Tumbled through mysteries and emotions, David Nikki Crouse’s two books are vibrantly alive with possibility and the consequences of being human.
Pioneering specialist Dr. Milo Fritz organized clinics in rural Alaska, and was also a Bronze Star recipient and a state legislator.
Peter Dunlap-Shohl, the longtime cartoonist for the Anchorage Daily News, turns his pen to Alaska’s atomic history and how it intertwines with his own.
Juneau author Kate Troll traces the “Troll Tribe” history in an attempt to uncover and understand.
Author Bil Paul drew from 290 sources to detail the stories in the book, which is organized by subject matter and not a chronological narrative.
Author Tele Aadsen, who worked on trollers since she was a kid, brings decades of experience to the the stories she tells.
In “Many Things Under a Rock,” APU marine biology professor David Scheel shares his enthusiasm about the complex lives of octopuses and the many mysteries surrounding them.
Mostly authored by Alaskans, the selections include a collection of sonnets and a book of 54 poems that each have 54 syllables.
Beth Ann Mathews captures in both broad strokes and fine detail the fluctuations of life and family upheaval in Southeast Alaska.
After her daughter was born with a virus known as cytomegalovirus, Megan Nix became an expert, an advocate and, eventually, an author.
In “The Wanderer,” writer and photographer Tom Walker tracks a single animal — Wolf 258 — as it meandered through northern Alaska for 3,000 miles.
Diane Carpenter, now 90 years old, gives a loving remembrance of Alaska, and Bethel in particular, in her book “In the Winter of the Orange Snow.”
“On Heaven’s Hill,” provides three narrators, including a wolf, to tell a tale that is both profound and positive.