Just posted: an incredibly moving interview with our author Mark Lyons about his work helping immigrants tell their own stories.
The debut novel by David Hallock Sanders, BUSARA ROAD, has racked up more awards. In the American Fiction Awards competition, it was a finalist in two categories: Best New Fiction and General Fiction.
That's a total of SEVEN awards for this one book, including the Gold Medal from the Nautilus Book Awards.
It's a truly great read. Check it out here.
The first two reactions to TO REACH THE SPRING have arrived, and unlike most blurbs, these are utterly passionate and committed:
"Nathaniel Popkin is a swordsmith. He hones words that cut deep through the lies and self-deceptions that license cruelty, revealing the brittle bones of an unjust, death-dealing culture. Everyone should read this book. It is clarifying, bracing, and ultimately transformative; truth-telling is essential for change, and change is essential." --Kathleen Dean Moore, author of Great Tide Rising
"To Reach the Spring is a tour de force, both an incisive reckoning with the full magnitude of the climate emergency along with a visionary understanding of how and why we have come to this place. I read this book with an unruly range of emotions and states of mind including shame, unspeakable grief, existential dread, curiosity, insight, admiration for the author but finally, most of all, hope. By illuminating how our reverence for earth is intrinsically connected to our capacity to hope and to heal leading to an inexorable yearning to act, Nathaniel Popkin has offered us a way forward. This book is essential reading for anyone who cares about our future." --Gail Straub, award winning author, The Ashokan Way: Landscape’s Path Into Consciousness
Advance review copies are available now, through our Contact page and on Edelweiss in the listing for Pathway Book Service. We promise that any existential dread you feel will be more than balanced by the author's transformative truth-telling and hopeful call to action.