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Jay Schoenberger
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In 2014, Jay Schoenberger created I AM COYOTE: Readings for the Wild, an anthology of the great wilderness writings. The collection contains works written by mountaineers, paddlers, and backcountry travelers; poets, novelists, and environmental advocates. In these writings, we see nature’s admirers thirsting for adventure and truth on land, river, sea, and ice. I AM COYOTE: Readings for the Wild includes writings from Muir, Emerson, Shackleton, Kerouac, Dillard, Twain and many more.

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America's Great Undiscovered Wilderness

(1) Comments | Posted July 2, 2014 | 1:24 PM

Co-authored with John Ruskey, founder of the Quapaw Canoe Company

Most know the Mississippi River as the powerful, coffee-colored waterway that cuts through the center of America, or as the stomping grounds for Mark Twain's indelible characters. Many locals know it as a body of water to stay...

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Who Owns Water?

(0) Comments | Posted June 25, 2014 | 11:21 AM

Co-authored with David Hanson, creator of Who Owns Water and author of Breaking through Concrete

In 2013 when I began work on I AM COYOTE: Readings for the Wild, I was fortunate enough to meet David Hanson, an acclaimed writer, photographer, and outdoorsman. David and his brother Michael...

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