We are joined by David Quammen, an American science, nature and travel writer and the author of numerous books, including Song of the Dodo, The Reluctant Mr. Darwin, and Spillover, a stirring book about viruses going from humans from wildlife. So, you might say he has been busy during this COVID pandemic. He was a columnist for Outside Magazine for 15 years, and his articles have also appeared in National Geographic, Harper's, Rolling Stone, the New Yorker and many others. He has 3 National Magazine Awards, he’s a Rhode Scholar, and received a Guggenheim fellowship.
We are excited to talk to David today about his writings on Yellowstone National Park, the paradoxes if represents and the wonder of the world's first National Park.
Visit David Quammen online.
Read David's recent articles in the New Yorker here.
See David's books on Amazon or at Country Bookshelf in Bozeman.
Read aforementioned National Geographic issue on Yellowstone National Park.