you believe that literature has the power to change the world, then
you will love Comeback Wolves. It's beautiful, important, and
full of wild hope."
"Read the strong, clear voices in these pages.
You will find yourself ever more resolved, or newly convinced, that
western landscapes cannot be whole without the gifts that the wolf brings
to the plant and animal communities--and to us."
wolf is returning with or without us. The only thing in doubt is whether
we're up to sharing the West with these native sons and daughters. Read
this book and grab hold of the only future fit to live."
"This treasure of superb writing should be in the hands not only
of those who support wolves, but more important, in the hands of those
who don't--be sure to give a copy to someone who is unconvinced of the
necessity of wolves, and help foster the understanding to bring those
five-partite footprints back to Colorado."
are coming back to Colorado and the Southern Rockies. I think this little
book will help them."
"Comeback Wolves is a wonderful and timely collection
of essays and poems in honor of Wolf. If only wolves could read they
would surely feel much more welcomed than they frequently are. Enjoy
and share this book widely."
from the sale of this book are donated to Defenders
of Wildlife's Proactive Carnivore Conservation Fund which works
throughout the American West to prevent conflict between imperiled predators
and humans before it occurs.
ISBN 1-55566-365-6. Wholesale ordering available now from Johnson Books,
(800) 258-5830. Retail available from The
Tattered Cover and Amazon.
Kit: Interviews, event scheduling, review copies, etc.
are handled by Gary Wockner
and Linday Doyle
at Johnson Books. Please send an email.
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To learn how Comeback Wolves was created, read: "Show
Yourself and Others Will: Connecting Art and Politics in Comeback
Wolves" reprinted from divide magazine, Fall
Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado.
Photos from the Center
of the American West event.
Gary, SueEllen, and Gregory outside the Boulder Teahouse, Jan. '05.
Diane Hargreaves, taken in
Yellowstone National Park.
For reprint permission, contact the individual author or Gary
Wockner. Reprints/excerpts have so far been published in the Los
Angeles Times and Mountain
Gazette. Forthcoming in Inside/Outside
Southwest Magazine and Natural