Big Lonely Doug: The Story of One of Canada's Last Great Trees (Paperback)Harley Rustad (author)
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AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR:Harley Rustad is an editor at The Walrus, a major Canadian magazine, who has contributed to numerous long-form articles, including "Big Lonely Doug," which won a National Magazine Award. He has also received an Honourable Mention from the National Magazine Awards for a feature on digital mapping in Belcher Islands, Nunavut, as well as a Collective Nomination for an investigation into a failed immigration program in Prince Edward County. He is poised to be a breakout debut author.
STRONG MARKET FOR NARRATIVE NONFICTION BOOKS ON THE NATURAL WORLD, PARTICULARLY TREES:There is a perennial interest in books on the natural world and in particular on trees, such as the surprise international bestseller The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohleben and the award-winning, bestselling, The Golden Spruce by John Vaillant.
LAUNCH OF A NEW PARTNERSHIP IN THE FORM OF A NEW IMPRINT WITH ONE OF CANADA'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS NATIONAL MAGAZINES, THE WALRUS:The publication of Big Lonely Doug also marks the inaugural publication of a book under the new Walrus Books imprint, a partnership with The Walrus magazine, the Chawkers Foundation, and House of Anansi Press. The imprint will publish strong, rigorous works of narrative nonfiction that reflect the excellence of both The Walrus and Anansi brands.
Publisher: House of Anansi Press Ltd ,Canada
Number of pages: 328
Dimensions: 216 x 140 mm
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