By John A. Murray
ABOUT THE EDITOR
John A. Murray is the writer of forty-five books, together with Cinema Southwest: An Illustrated advisor to the films and Their destinations, which bought the Southwest e-book Award, and Mythmakers of the West: Shaping America’s mind's eye, which bought the Colorado publication Award. He used to be the founding editor of the area nature sequence for Oxford collage Press and of the yank Nature Writing annual for Sierra membership Books. between his books is Writing approximately Nature: an inventive advisor, additionally to be had from the collage of recent Mexico Press.
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