Conversation with Laura Paskus concerning The Trail to Kanjiroba

On “New Mexico in Focus,” PBS/ KNME, 7-8 pm MDT, October 22, 2021.

 

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The Good Neighbor | New Mexico Magazine

Immersed in northern New Mexico culture, author William deBuys has emerged as one of the region’s strongest storytellers, conservationists, and defenders.

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Nuevo Mexico Profundo Interview Series: William deBuys

We present an interview by Frank Graziano with William deBuys, as part of an oral biography project conducted by Nuevo Mexico Profundo, gathering a cross section of personalities and histories from New Mexico.

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Trail to Kanjiroba | Kirkus Reviews

DeBuys brings many of the most appealing attributes of memoir and travel and nature writing to bear on humanity’s most significant existential crisis. In 61 brief chapters, which read like travel journal entries, deBuys weaves together geological and evolutionary histories and studies of the planet’s peoples and biodiversity within the context of his participation with the Nomads Clinic, which provides medical care to communities in Nepal’s remote Upper Dolpo region....  A pleasing ray of positivity regarding the planet’s present and future.

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Vernon Bailey and the Pecos High Country

eNewMexican.com, May 21, 2021

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Washing Feet in Dolpo

The American Scholar, June 7, 2021

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Mountain and Prairie

William deBuys – Sage of the Southwest

Mountain and Prairie’s podcast interview of William deBuys, renowned writer and conservationist, who is known as one of the most influential thinkers in the modern-day American West. October, 2019.

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Orion

Together Apart is an Orion web series of letters from isolation. The third conversation is a series of emails between Pulitzer Prize finalist author William deBuys (A Great Aridness, The Last Unicorn, The Walk) and bestselling author and fly-fisherman David James Duncan (The Brothers K, The River Why, My Story as Told by Water). April, 2020.

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