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My Watery Self

My Watery Self

]MY WATERY SELF: MEMOIRS OF A MARINE SCIENTIST by Stephen Spotte netted an outstanding review in LIBRARY JOURNAL, the library industry’s gold standard for book rating of upcoming titles.

Review Talea Anderson praised Spotte’s writing, noting:

“Spotte is a master storyteller, bringing to life the coal miners, gang members, and Inuits he meets on his travels . . . As an ode to watery places, this book is sometimes reminiscent of work by writers such as David James Duncan . . . Recommended for readers of memoir and those interested in the intersection between culture and the environment.”

Dr. Spotte, a notable figure in the development of the modern public aquarium, has published eighteen books, including three volumes of fiction, a memoir, and a work of cultural theory. He is a Certified Wildlife Biologist of The Wildlife Society and also holds a U.S. Merchant Marine officer’s license, who began life in a tiny West Virginia coal mining town.

MY WATERY SELF is now available for ordering via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s Books or your favorite indie bookstore. Or check it out at your local library. And remember — if they don’t have it, be sure to request it! Also available directly from Three Rooms Press. Buy it now!

 

Read the entire review here.

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