Pulitzer Finalist: Sounds Wild and Broken

Sounds Wild and Broken is a Pulitzer Finalist.

I’m shocked and honored that the judges selected the book as one of three finalists for the 2023 Pulitzer in General Nonfiction. 

The book is now out in paperback in the US (Penguin), the UK (Faber), and ANZ (Black Inc). It is also available in many local libraries.

“Haskell serves as an irresistible guide in this nuanced and meditative paean” The New York Times Book Review “New Paperback” recommendations.

I’m so grateful for your support of this work. 

Some other books that have blown my mind recently:
Vagina Obscura: An Anatomical Voyage by Rachel Gross, Kingdom of Characters: The Language Revolution That Made China Modern by Jing Tsu, How Far the Light Reaches: A Life in Ten Sea Creatures by Sabrina Imbler, Of Sound Mind by Nina Kraus, and The Cat’s Meow: How Cats Evolved from the Savanna to your Sofa by Jonathan B. Losos. On the fiction side of things, A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers, Dr. No by Percival Everett, and Cixin Liu’s The Three-Body Problem trilogy.

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