Books by John Daniel

ROGUE RIVER JOURNAL by John Daniel
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 31, 2005

"Daniel's time alone is potent, a dilation on the amusements and scorchings of the simple life, and a distillation of the strange, human group that was his family. "
A candid but polished sojourn into solitude and memory. Read full book review >
WINTER CREEK by John Daniel
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: July 1, 2002

""It is enough, it is plenty, to be a small parcel of Nature's becoming," writes Daniel. In this reflective and polished text, he has very much insinuated himself into the process."
Poet, essayist, and memoirist Daniel (Looking After, 1996, etc.) charts his emergence as a writer and environmentalist. Read full book review >
LOOKING AFTER by John Daniel
HEALTH & MEDICINE
Released: Oct. 15, 1996

Frankly autotherapeutic and, after a writerly start, wildly in need of pruning—though capable of uncommon felicity in rendering the nuances of a mother's dementia. Daniel, nature poet and essayist (The Trail Home, 1992), spirals through the streams of his self-consciousness in search of a sense of unity. Read full book review >

THE TRAIL HOME by John Daniel
Released: June 1, 1992

Thoughtful, plain-spoken nature essays, mostly about the Pacific Northwest. Poet Daniel introduces his prose with a slew of short and amiable, although unremarkable, essays on such subjects as planting a garden, hiking the High Sierra, battling a pack rat in the house, and writing poetry about nature. Read full book review >