Books by Jim Nollman

Released: April 1, 1999

"He wants his relations with cetaceans to feel right, and these pages recounting his odd experiences are his notes toward that understanding."
Broad-minded excursions through the inscrutable land of interspecies communication—in this case, the human-cetacean nexus—and the mind-altering perceptions that potentially ensue, by musician and latitudinarian Nollman (Why We Garden: Cultivating a Sense of Place, 1994; Dolphin Dreamtime, not reviewed). Read full book review >
Released: May 26, 1994

"A gardening book refreshingly rooted in reality that is also balm for the spirit."
Nollman (Spiritual Ecology, not reviewed) offers provocative reflections on the need to create a sense of place—``a bit of paradise within an imperfect world.'' Nollman offers an eclectic month-by-month record of his gardening experiences. Read full book review >