Salmon: A Fish, the Earth, and the History of Their Common Fate

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From Mark Kurlansky, bestselling author of Salt and Cod and many other works, a fascinating tribute to a magnificent species whose cycles of life are entwined with every aspect of nature— freshwater, saltwater, and land—and whose survival is inextricably tied to the survival of the planet.


  • 448 pages, full color throughout; over 150 photos and illustrations
  • Dimensions: 7 1/8” X 8 5/8”
  • Printed on 100% postconsumer-waste recycled paper
  • Made in Canada
  • Published by Patagonia


Mark Kurlansky is The New York Times bestselling author of Havana, Cod, Salt, Paper, The Basque History of the World, 1968, and The Big Oyster, among other titles. He has received the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, Bon Appetit's Food Writer of the Year Award, the James Beard Award, and the Glenfiddich Award. His articles have appeared in a wide variety of newspapers and magazines, including The International Herald Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Miami Herald, The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, Partisan Review, Harper’s, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Audubon Magazine, Food & Wine, Gourmet, Bon Appetit, and Parade. He lives in New York City.




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