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August 16, 2017

The Living Great Lakes audiobook is now available in all the usual places, in both digital and CD versions. Thanks to SoundCommentary.com for this terrific review…

Jerry is honored to be the inaugural author in the Great Lakes Author Series produced by Great Lakes Now and Detroit Public TV, who are doing important work on raising awareness about issues facing the Great Lakes and Michigan….

Jerry and Glenn are at work on a summer-themed limited-edition print—the third in the series that began with ”Lake Michigan Winter” and  “Spring Comes to Lake Michigan.”  Learn more at Big Maple Press. If you’d like to receive early notification of  Big Maple Press prints, broadsides, books, chapbooks, and ephemera click on this link and we’ll add you to the list….

Jerry is now Tweeting about books, nature, and the writing life; if you want to follow him, you can….

Many thanks to Keith Taylor and “Stateside” on Michigan Radio for the fine review of A Walk in the Animal Kingdom….

While we’re tooting our own horn, a 5-star review of A Walk in the Animal Kingdom came our way (and another, here). The three titles in the Wonders of Nature Series are available at our favorite independent bookstores. If you can’t get to an indie store, visit the newly revamped and user-friendly Big Maple Press website or visit the “Books” page here on the J.D. site….

This thoughtful and well-researched article in Traverse Magazine by Jeff Smith is an excellent overview of the issue about the aging Line 5 Pipeline that flows under the Straits of Mackinac. The Enbridge pipeline should be removed as soon as possible, before it ruptures and unleashes a disaster. We urge everyone who cares about the Great Lakes to visit  Oil & Water Don’t Mix and FLOW For Water and add their voices so that Michigan’s governor and attorney general will take immediate action….

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