Books by Joseph Barbato

OFF THE BEATEN PATH by Joseph Barbato
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 1998

"These and similar offerings, along with a few more straightforward 'save the wilderness' tales, comprise a diverse, rewarding assortment—and an impressive testament to the important role played by nature in inspiring writers to create stories that touch us all."
In a follow-up to their 1995 collection, Heart of the Land, Nature Conservancy staffers Barbato and Weinerman Horak here assemble 13 original stories by American writers (some of whom were included in the previous anthology) who mix their own magic with that of the Conservancy lands they were invited to visit. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 21, 1995

Celebrations of exceptional places from a host of writers whose prose generally is as lovely as the lands they praise. Read full book review >
YOU ARE WHAT YOU DRINK by Allan Luks
Released: April 17, 1989

"Think of alcohol as the new cholesterol in your life," advise addiction specialist Luks and journalist Barbato, addressing not alcoholics but moderate social drinkers who might be damaging their looks, health, and well-being with as few as two or three drinks a week. Read full book review >