Robert Michael Pyle is the author of twenty books of prose and poetry, including a flight of butterfly books.
His awards include the John Burroughs Medal (Wintergreen), a Guggenheim Fellowship (Where Bigfoot Walks), and the National Outdoor Book Award (Sky Time in Gray’s River). Pyle has taught as Kittredge Distinguished Visiting Writer at the University of Montana, and in place-based workshops from Tasmania to Tajikistan. He writes and studies natural history from an old Swedish homestead in southwesternmost Washington.
BOOKS FOR THE CENTER FOR HUMANS & NATURE:
- Wildness: Relations of People and Place, “Conundrum and Continuum: One Man’s Wilderness, from a Ditch to the Dark Divide,” 2017, University of Chicago Press.