The wilderness adventures and spiritual teaching of master tracker Paul Rezendes that challenges the
way we see nature—and ourselves (Tarcher/Putnam, 1999; a Peekamoose Book).
• Concept development • Proposal writing
• Co-writing and managing of the creation of the manuscript with the author
From the Acknowledgements:
“In particular, I’d like to thank, first and foremost, my collaborator, Kenneth Wapner, for his dedication,
hard work, and creative contributions to the text. I especially value the gift of his friendship and his
flexibility and perseverance through the challenges of our joint writing process.”
From the Foreword, by Bill McKibben:
“This is a truly remarkable book and therefore I’m in the odd position for a foreword writer of not wanting
to say too much about it in advance—I don’t want to draw for you the many conclusions that formed in my
own mind as I read it, for it should be a rich, and somewhat nerve-wracking, adventure for all who read it.
“…hauntingly beautiful... profound and unforgettable.”
--Publisher’s Weekly, starred review,
“Surprising and powerful…rich in spiritual insights as unfettered and full of grace as the animals he loves.”
--Booklist, starred review.