March 16, 2014

Tags: A New Book!

I'm so excited about a new book that's coming out in September,
"The Human Age: the world shaped by us." Here is its amazon page: http://www.amazon.com/The-Human-Age-World-Shaped/dp/0393240746. And I'll share more about it very soon, on a newly designed website.

October 28, 2012

Will Snakes Inherit the Earth?
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman

September 23, 2012

A Little Night Music
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman


As summer wanes, the evening air is alive with the symphonies of a cornucopia of insects.

August 26, 2012

Underwater, Feeling Our Ocean Origins
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman

Exploring a beautiful, teeming underwater world
that can't be put into words.

August 8, 2012

Living, Thinking Houses
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman

The growing, feeling house of the future.

June 24, 2012

Nature: Now Showing on TV
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman
The more we exile ourselves from nature, the more we crave its miracle waters.

June 12, 2012

Are We Living in Sensory Overload or Sensory Poverty?
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman

May 20, 2012

Wild Ponies and Wild Weather
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman

As hurricanes approach, I worry about the mysterious inhabitants of Assateague.

May 6, 2012

Nanotechnology Shock Waves
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman

Marvels of the laboratory, electrical and bacterial, ready to alter daily life.

March 25, 2012

The Brain on Love
New York Times
By Diane Ackerman

A happy marriage relieves stress and makes one feel adored as a newborn baby.

A dramatic love story that combines science, inspiration, wisdom, and heart.
A true WWII story of people, animals, and subversive acts of compassion.
A book that celebrates nature at dawn, many forms of awakening, and the healing power of nature.
A poetic exploration of the mysteries of the brain and the marvel of the mind.
A natural history of the garden, by an intellectual sensualist. “An enchanting book.”--New York Times Book Review
A celebration of the five senses. "An aphrodisiac for the sense receptors." --Chicago tribune
A special caliber of play that awakens the most creative, sentient, and joyful aspects of our inner selves.
Adventure stories among endangered animals.
More adventures among endangered animals.
A memoir about learning to fly and what that teaches one about the world.
A delightfully witty collection of poems showing how the senses enrich the experiences of all living beings.