Thompson's unique blend of journalism, historical nonfiction, and memoir drawn from a lifetime of spending time in this landscape and a career of covering the area and the pertinent issues resonated with readers in 2018 with River of Lost Souls
The line between citizen and activist is blurring. Now more than ever, readers want and need to know the powers at play behind energy development, environmental injustice, and land and water use. This book explores how landscapes shape people and politics—and how an engaged citizenry can shape the future.
The author is an award–winning environmental journalist who regularly contributes stories to High Country News.
The book delves deeply into political, scientific, and environmental issues, but remains engaging, heartfelt, and highly readable.