"Walking Nature Home by Susan J. Tweit offers the reader a constellation of healing stories. Replete with Tweit's powerful articulations of the human heart and overlaid with the stories of the natural world in all its wonder, this book joins the ranks of the great testimonies of our time." Denise Chavez, author of A Taco Testimony: Meditations on Family, Food, and Culture
About the Author
SUSAN J. TWEIT is an award-winning author whose passionate articulation of humans’ relationship with the “community of the land”—nature and the landscapes we love—has earned her accolades that include a Silver Eddie, the Oscar of magazine awards, for “The Last Refuge” in National Parks magazine, and a spot on the Denver Post’s “Colorado Voices” panel—twice. Her eleven books include Colorado Less Traveled, a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards, and The San Luis Valley: Sand Dunes and Sandhill Cranes, hailed as “a joy to read” by High Country News. Tweit writes a weekly column, “Nature of Life,” for her local paper, the Mountain Mail. She also records and produces this material for broadcast on KHEN-FM, her local community radio, and as podcasts on her Web site, susanjtweit.com.