An evening with David Quammen

  • The Emerson 111 South Grand Avenue Bozeman, MT, 59715 United States

THE GREATER YELLOWSTONE COALITION PRESENTS AN EVENING WITH DAVID QUAMMEN

Please join the Greater Yellowstone Coalition for a special presentation with writer David Quammen. David will share stories as well as photos and videos from his time on assignment for National Geographic’s May issue on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. David's new book, Yellowstone: A journey through America's wild heart will be available for sale and signing -- the perfect holiday gift for people on your list!

GYC's Executive Director Caroline Byrd will speak briefly about why the entire ecosystem is critical to the health of the park's lands, waters, and wildlife. 

$10.00 and open to the public

Doors open at 6:00

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David Quammen is an author and journalist whose books include The Song of the Dodo (1996), The Reluctant Mr. Darwin (2006), andSpillover (2014), a work on the science, history, and human impacts of emerging diseases (especially viral diseases), which was short-listed for eight national and international awards and won three.  More recently he has released two short books drawn from Spillover and updated to stand alone: Ebola (2014) and The Chimp and the River (2015). In the past thirty years he has also published a few hundred pieces of short nonfiction—feature articles, essays, columns—in magazines such as Harper’s, National Geographic, Outside, Esquire, The Atlantic, Powder, and Rolling Stone.  He writes occasional Op Eds for The New York Times and reviews for The New York Times Book Review.  Quammen has been honored with an Academy Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and is a three-time recipient of the National Magazine Award.  He is a Contributing Writer for National Geographic, in whose service he travels often, usually to wild and remote places.  Home is Bozeman, Montana.