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» On International Women’s Day, Sierra magazine named Kathleen as one of "Nine female nature writers who inspire us to explore, enjoy, and protect the planet," along with her cherished friends, Alison Hawthorne Deming, Robin Kimmerer, Ana Maria Spagna, Barbara Hurd, Kathryn Miles, Camille Dungy, and Amy Leach.

» Wonderful new review of Piano Tide in the Alaska News Dispatch.

» Just released: Video of the Corvallis book launch of Piano Tide, with Kathleen and banjo player Pete Kozak. Check it out here.

» You can hear Kathleen interviewed on OPB’s "State of Wonder" program, talking about Great Tide Rising here.

» Great Tide Rising has just been named a finalist for the Oregon Book Award in nonfiction! And, Counterpoint Books recently announced that Great Tide Rising will be translated and published in China next year.

» Kathleen is honored to have been named an "Ocean Exemplar" by the World Ocean Observatory, joining previous "Examplars" Carl Safina, Sylvia Earle, James Blalog, and others. More info here.

» Listen to April Baer’s State of Wonder program on OPB which includes Kathleen’s tribute to her friend Brian Doyle, as well as lovely, funny, and heart-broken tributes from Kim Stafford, David James Duncan, and others.

» With her Alaskan friends, Kathleen participated in a climate change action to demonstrate how high the seas could be in 2100 – by standing on a pinnacle and letting the Alaskan tide rise over their heads. Check out the pix: 1 | 2 | 3

» Piano Tide is out and available at your favorite local bookseller. Bill McKibben calls it "a savagely funny and deeply insightful novel of the tidepool and rainforest country [Moore] knows so well."

» Robin Kimmerer (Citizen Nation Potawatomi) and I have just published an essay about Standing Rock. In "The White Horse and the Humvees", we argue that:

"Here, on a highway stretching across trampled prairie grass, the fundamental contest of our time is playing out -- the global contest between two deeply different ideas about the true meaning of land."

» The Charter for Compassion International has chosen my new book, Great Tide Rising, for their Global Book Club's "Global Read." People around the world are invited to read the book; we'll all come together virtually for a conversation on October 22, 2016. For more information, or to sign up, please click here. The Charter for Compassion is one of the most hopeful organizations I know; they make me proud to be a human being.

» tide speakingKathleen is hitting the road to introduce people to her book, Great Tide Rising. You can read the 350.Eugene announcement here, or click here to watch the video of her talk at Tsunami Books in Eugene, OR.

» Thanks to Nancy Lord, one of my favorite Alaskan writers, for a rousing review of Great Tide Rising in the Alaska Dispatch News.