Susan Freinkel is a freelance science journalist whose feature writing has appeared in Discover, Health, Smithsonian, and the Reader’s Digest, among many national magazines.
“Highly recommend it to anyone who cares about nature and perhaps this should be a required reading for all biology/ecology/environmental science students.” - Wildlife Activist
“A tale of the functional extinction of what was once one of the most economically valuable and ecologically important trees.” - American Scientist
“Will not disappoint!” - Picayune Item
“Engrossing and compelling.” - American Studies Journal
“A moving portrait. . . . Freinkel’s fine reportage sparkles.” - Natural History