Terry Tempest Williams
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New Genesis:
a Mormon Reader
on Land and Community

(1998)

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Terry Tempest Williams,
William B. Smart,
and Gibbs M. Smith, editors
Quote from New Genesis

New Genesis:
a Mormon Reader
on Land and Community

Gibbs-Smith
December, 1998, Hardcover, 304 pages.
ISBN: 0-87905-843-9

New Genesis:
a Mormon Reader
on Land and Community

Gibbs-Smith
Trade Paperback.
ISBN: 0-87905-822-6

ABOUT THIS BOOK

Three diverse authors have compiled essays written by distinguished LDS writers who have documented a wealth of information and experience on environmental situations affecting Utah and surrounding environs today. This material encompasses the sweep and majesty of a land of astonishing beauty that cries for understanding and respect from its inhabitants and visitors alike. Your outlook on this area of "God's Country" will never be the same.


Related Links:

  • Excerpt from New Genesis: A Mormon Reader on Land and Community, in Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance Spring 1999 newsletter.


  • Review of New Genesis March 15, 1999, in High Country News.


  • Fabulous interview entitled "Erosional Spirituality", by Julie A. Wortmann, April 2001, from A Global Witness, which publishes the online magazine, The Witness.


  • Transcript of radio show from Living On Earth, NPR's environmental news show, June 18, 1999, segment entitled "Mormons and the Environment". Includes Terry reading an excerpt from New Genesis.


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