Books

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 Cave Creek Canyon: Revealing the Heart of Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains (2015), edited by Wynne Brown and Reed Peters. ECO Wear & Co., Rodeo, N.M.

A 283-page, profusely illustrated guide book to the natural and cultural history of one of the world’s most biodiverse areas, written by 43 local experts.

Winner of awards from Public Lands Alliance (Publication of the Year), Arizona Authors Association (Best Nonfiction), Arizona Professional Writers (Best Edited Book) and Finalist in New Mexico and Arizona Book Awards (Travel Book and Anthology categories).

Click here to download a one-page sell-sheet.

 


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More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Arizona Women. Globe Pequot (February 2012).

Second edition released in honor of Arizona’s Centennial with updated material and two new chapters!

 






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Trail Riding Arizona: Guide to Fifty of the State’s Best Rides. Falcon Guide (June 2006).

Author Wynne Brown breaks down those miles and seasons for long-distance riders, beginners, and snowbirds alike. But this book isn’t just for horse people. Each section includes snippets about the area’s history, archeology, geology, and ecology that hikers, trail runners, naturalists, and armchair explorers will enjoy as much as trail riders. Handy tips on desert and mountain riding, plus maps, many photographs, and excellent information about facilities and access, make this a must-have guide for all trail users in Arizona.

 


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Spilled: A Collection by The Dry River Poets. Casa Luna Press (December 2011). Edited and designed by Wynne Brown, contributor. Click for sample pages.

From the back cover: “Here are eight Arizona poets who’ve been working together for years honing their skills, poets committed to shaping the matter of their real lives into music—eight accomplished pets writing poems that are bell-clear, writing poems made out of the memories and passions that haunt them, the moments that have shaped them and defined them …”

Steve Kowit

 


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More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Arizona Women. Globe Pequot (2003).

First edition: Heavily discounted copies available
















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