We were interviewed for the November/December 2016 issue of the Kansas Wildlife and Parks magazine: The Kansas Guide to Becoming an Intentional Wanderer. Download and read the article here.
The new quarterly print magazine The New Territory wrote a lovely review of the book and tied it in with the value of getting out and exploring Kansas in general. Download and read it here: The New Territory book review.
About the magazine: Founded by a journalist in 2015, The New Territory is a quarterly print magazine of and for the Lower Midwest. Our writers live here, see powerful stories happening every day, and document them through longform journalism, literature, photojournalism and art. The best part is, you can hold the magazine in your hands, share it with your friends, and connect with your neighbors in new ways.
The Manhattan Mercury book review can be read here. (Don’t mind the misspelling of Conard!)
Our segment with Sunflower Journeys was filmed in August at the Konza Prairie, and it will premiere at the end of the Recreation episode that’s airing on 11/10/16 – episode 8 of Sunflower Journey’s 29th season.
About Sunflower Journeys: Kansas’ longest running local history program, KTWU’s Sunflower Journeys, travels the highways to bring Kansas stories home to viewers. And now, there are various ways you can see KTWU programming. Sunflower Journeys airs three times a week on KTWU. Thursday at 8 PM, Friday at 2:30pm, Saturday at 5:30PM and the following Wednesday on KTWU’s Enhance channel at 7:30pm. Sunflower Journeys also airs on KCPT in Kansas City, KPTS in Wichita, and Smoky Hills Public Television in the western part of the state. Check local listings for airtimes on those stations.
Read the article by Patricia Middleton in the McPherson Sentinel about our book here.
Listen to the book review here.
Authors to speak about Kansas trails Saturday. Read the article in the Hays Daily News here.
We’ll be in Hays at the Hays Public Library at 1pm this Saturday, July 30. Our presentation will include just what you can find on the trails of Kansas if you take the time to get off the highway.
Far more than a flyover state, Kansas has plenty of trails for those on foot, on wheels, and on horseback. We’ll tell you our favorite spots around the state, give you some information about writing the book, sign books, and books will be available to buy a $24.95.
Our interview with Mary Gage for Kansas Outdoors magazine. Download and read it here.