A beloved nature writer and environmental voice, Williams writes emotionally and even erotically of her relationship with the red-rock landscape surrounding her home outside Moab, closely analyzing the wildlife, human characters, and Anasazi petroglyphs of this magical, arid region. --Shawn Carkonen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Love love love her poetic highly emotional writing style and short store type layout of this bookPublished 26 days ago by Sheena J Creed
Amazing book, especially if you've ever spent time in the Canyonlands.Published 1 month ago by Brad
One of my favorite nature writers, Williams does an outstanding job describing her love of the red canyons of southern Utah. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Annette Lamb
I enjoyed very little in this collection of essays and stories. I couldn't read all of them. The overblown and over-detailed language describing natural phenomena would be much... Read morePublished 6 months ago by G Gardiner
well-done by an American who wants to preserve and relish natural western U.S.Published 6 months ago by artie solomon
It just as it said except there was a note to the previous owner on the title page. Does bother me but would have liked to have know about it.Published 12 months ago by CallieWilliams
While I enjoyed this book, and the passion for conservation is still the major concern, I enjoyed her Refuge more. Perhaps it was the personal aspect of that book I liked. Ms. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Smitty
Red is a collection of stories and essays about the desert of southern Utah and the necessity of preserving it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Leah