The last month of my life has been remarkable. My book, Water is for Fighting Over: and Other Myths about Water in the West, emerged into the world, and people noticed it and they’ve been talking about it and I could not be more happy.
Nick Stockton interviewed me for Wired, Brad Plumer did a Q & A at Vox. Huffington Post, a review in New Scientist, and discussions with KJZZ and Sea Change Radio, and perhaps my favorite of all, a Q&A with Johnny Vizcaino at UNM’s Daily Lobo, with a fun visit to the Rio Grande with Diana Cervantes for pictures. As a UNM prof, the Lobo is my home town paper.
The folks at Island Press have been amazing to work with, even more so right now because until the end of the month (tomorrow, Friday, September 30) it’s their E-book of the month with a special price of $3.99 at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Play, and your local independent bookseller.
But you are an old like me and want the hardcover, you say? Until tomorrow (Friday 9/30). Island Press is selling everything at 50 percent off through tomorrow. Not just my book. All their great titles.