“Marty’s latest, The Black Grizzly of Whiskey Creek, is a work of poetic genius. The book combines the best of hard investigative reporting with the narrative power of the finest literary journalism. It moves along at the clip of a detective story. It’s also a daring work of the imagination — much of the action unfolds from the perspective of a bear… It’s as good as nature writing gets.”
— Terry Glavin, author of Waiting for the Macaws and Other Stories from the Age of Extinction
Praise for Switchbacks
“Some chapters will have your adrenalin coursing and your heart pounding; one or two others may make you weep. All of them will thrill you with the concrete vitality of landscape and language.” — Globe and Mail
Praise for Men for the Mountains
“This is a tour-de-force . . . with something vital to tell the myopic city dweller about what is happening to him in the Age of the Machine.” — Farley Mowat
From the Hardcover edition.