Winona State University English Professor James Armstrong has published the book “Nature, Culture, and Two Friends Talking,” co-written by Kim Alan Chapman.
“Nature, Culture, and Two Friends Talking” is a book of conversations and ideas about the natural world told in essays, email exchanges, and poetry by two friends. Their thoughts and words reflect society’s evolution from the 1980s to the present in how conservation and the environment are imagined.
Armstrong has been writing about nature and culture for 30 years. He is the author of two books of poetry, “Monument in a Summer Hat” and “Blue Lash”.
Chapman has worked in conservation biology for over 30 years and has worked on many projects in the Midwest that try to find the balance between conservation and development.
“Nature, Culture, and Two Friends Talking” will be available for purchase at The Book Shelf.