DAVID EMBLIDGE

-- Author, Editor, Educator --
Emerson College
Boston, Massachusetts, USA

The Appalachian Trail Reader (Oxford Univ. Press, 1995)

REVIEWS

"This beautifully literate compendium offers armchair travelers as sense of the trail's history; romance; and blood, sweat, and tears....The selections communicate the beauty and awe experienced on the trail."
--School Library Journal

"The collection nicely represents the range of writing about theTrail....For those interested in consulting a map of the Trail's narrative terrain, or in conducting initial explorations into its human and natural history, certainly The Appalachian Trail Reader is a good startingpoint."
--ISLE

"Speaking for myself, some of the most interesting items in this anthology were the Thru-Hiker Reports to the Appalachian Trail Conference, since these are not normally available in published form."
-- Linda Patton, Appalachian Trail Center, www.trailplace.com

SELECTED WORKS

Architecture / History / Engineering: Nonfiction
Ever wonder what goes on under the city streets? Find out here -- in twelve cites around the world. Water, transportation, commuications, buried history. Fascinating stories, fully illustrated.
Autobiography / History: Nonfiction
Mrs. Roosevelt wrote her column "My Day" six days a week for over a quarter of century, covering everything from politics to child rearing to the arts. Arthur Schlesinger called her "a remarkable woman." Indeed.
Outdoor Adventure: Trail Guides
260 miles of trails / 29 hikes / Close to New England villages or deep in a National Forest, inaccessible by roads, by a rushing river or over 4,000 ft Killington Mt.
Outdoor Adventure / Literary Anthology
A cornucopia of essays, journal entries, poems and more -- all about how America's most famous and oldest long hiking trail, from Georgia to Maine, was conceived and built, and how it is enjoyed by over four million people a year nowadays.
Soup to Nuts
A link to Amazon.com, for David Emblidge, and all the books (70+) where I am either author, editor, contributor, or a subject named in the text. Happy hunting!
Thanksgiving in Toulouse
An American Thanksgiving in France, broadcast on WAMC, NPR, Northeast Public Radio