Of the book, Publishers Weekly said, “The narratives are well paced, using flashbacks wisely, and the language lyrical, possessing a poet's cleverness of rhythym. . . . An entertaining and emotionally resonant book."
Priscilla Stuckey is a writer, scholar, editor, and Earth-advocate with a passion for reconnecting people with nature. Since 2005 she has taught humanities in the graduate programs of Prescott College (AZ). When she lived in Oakland (CA), a creek that ran through her property inspired the start of the Butters Canyon Conservancy, a neighborhood-based land trust for which she served as founder and first president. She is now active in the local and international movement to extend legal rights to nature. Since 2007 she has lived in Boulder (CO), where she enjoys gardening with native plants. Her brand-new book, Kissed by a Fox: And Other Stories of Friendship in Nature (Counterpoint Press), uses her own experiences of connecting with a tree or a bird or a cat to inspire more hopeful cultural stories about nature. Publisher's Weekly calls it an "entertaining and emotionally resonant book."
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