Extremophilia

Extremophilia From working as a timber faller and a tree doctor to profiling environmental protestors and parsing through his own preoccupations with Ken Kesey Fred Haefele has followed his curiosity into the most
  • Title: Extremophilia
  • Author: Fred Haefele Steven Rinella
  • ISBN: 9780982860137
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • Extremophilia
    From working as a timber faller and a tree doctor to profiling environmental protestors and parsing through his own preoccupations with Ken Kesey, Fred Haefele has followed his curiosity into the most extraordinary corners of the place he s chosen to call home This anthology of seventeen pieces of nonfiction gives us access not only to one of our most talented writers, itFrom working as a timber faller and a tree doctor to profiling environmental protestors and parsing through his own preoccupations with Ken Kesey, Fred Haefele has followed his curiosity into the most extraordinary corners of the place he s chosen to call home This anthology of seventeen pieces of nonfiction gives us access not only to one of our most talented writers, it shows us the unique emotional and social topography of a region It s an essential addition to any western bookshelf.
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  • My review from the Missoula Independent According to my online dictionary, an extremophile is a microbe able to thrive in the most extreme conditions And, according to Missoula based author Fred Haefele, extremophilia is an intemperate love of said organisms In his new collection, Haefele tweaks the idea from microbe centric to human centric, and gives us 17 non fictional snapshots of people dealing with geographically and mentally extreme landscapes His brand of extremophilia comes in several f [...]


  • The brief essay Slime and Transfiguration offers a perfect metaphor for the 16 other slices of Montana life that Fred Haefele offers up in Extremophilia The focus of Slime is the highly toxic Lake Berkeley, a kind of Mojito of heavy metals, writes Haefele A monument to the towering indifference of the mining industry It s here that Haefele finds a husband and wife team of scientists who have studied the vile substance that industry has left behind in the lake In the water samples, they have disc [...]


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