Salmon

A Fish, the Earth, and the History of a Common Fate

WINNER OF THE JOHN AVERY AWARD AT THE ANDRE SIMON AWARDS



Over the centuries, salmon have been a vital resource, a dietary staple and an irresistible catch. But there is so much more to this extraordinary fish. Les mer
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WINNER OF THE JOHN AVERY AWARD AT THE ANDRE SIMON AWARDS



Over the centuries, salmon have been a vital resource, a dietary staple and an irresistible catch. But there is so much more to this extraordinary fish.



As Mark Kurlansky reveals, salmon persist as a barometer for the health of our planet. Centuries of our greatest assaults on nature can be seen in their harrowing yet awe-inspiring life cycle.



Full of all Kurlansky's characteristic curiosity and insight, Salmon is a magisterial history of a wondrous creature.

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Mark Kurlansky is the author of international bestsellers Cod, Salt, 1968, Food of a Younger Land and The Basque History of the World. He has received the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, Bon Appetit's Food Writer of the Year Award, the James Beard Award, and the Glenfiddich Award. His most recent book was Milk!: A 10,000-Year Food Fracas. He lives in New York. www.markkurlansky.com @codlansky