Sounds Wild and Broken is out in paperback in the US tomorrow.

As an avid reader of Penguin books, I’m delighted and honored to be part of the little bird’s flock. Pre-orders are open online and at your local bookstore.

Editor’s Choice in The New York Times Book Review

Finalist for PEN/E. O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award

Book of the Day in The Guardian

“This is how scientific writing should be, and almost never is: suffused with wonder and pathos, throbbing with the music of the wild. Haskell conducts a magnificent symphony here. He shows us – no, lets us hear – that we are resonant animals in a thrillingly resonant universe, and that our fulfilment depends on finding the frequency that will make us resonate with everything else. His superb book sent me on my way singing, and trying to join in with the songs I heard on the way.” Charles Foster, author of Being a Beast and Being a Human

My upcoming public events. I’d love to see you at one of these! All events are in person unless otherwise noted.

Wendell Gilley Museum and Southwest Harbor Public Library. Online. Register here. March 21st, 2023.

World Forum for Acoustic Ecology. Atlantic Center for the Arts, FL. Keynote. March 23-26, 2023.

Parks & Greenspace Conference, Atlanta. Panel with Sally Bethea and Hannah Palmer. March 27, 2023.

Emory University, Center for Mind, Brain and Culture. Public lecture. April 3rd, 2023.

Gwinnett County Public Library, GA. Online. Register here. April 6, 2023

Humanities Center at California State University, Chico. 20th April, 2023.

Eugene Natural History Society and Native Plant Society of Oregon. April 21, 2023.

British Library, London. May 25th 7-8:30pm.

Society of Ethnobiology and Society for Economic Botany conference. Panel on nonfiction writing and publishing. Emory University, Atlanta. June 5th, 2023.

Highlands Biological Station, North Carolina. July 27th, 2023.

This is a Ramble blog post. If you’re subscribed to this and my newsletter, I apologize for double posting. This newsletter goes out 2-3 times per year. The blog has additional material.

2 thoughts on “Sounds Wild and Broken is out in paperback in the US tomorrow.

  1. Valerie Crawford

    We rarely buy books anymore, but yours are hard to resist. Even though your email message said this book is coming out in paperback tomorrow, we went to find it today and did! Just reading the Preface was an inspiring read. You sure have a brilliant way with words. Anyway, also excited to see you in Eugene in April. We will definitely be in the audience! Fans, Val and Dan


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