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Adams, who spent part of his childhood in Kivalina, has taken photographs in several rural Alaska villages, especially coastal towns, where he's documented the people and coastal erosion -- and tried to avoid cultural clichés.

Tara Young
In a forthcoming book, Deb Vanasse reveals that a Tagish First Nations brother and sister did not get the credit -- or the financial rewards -- that they deserved for their roles in history. CBC News
For better or worse, Alaskans may be better known nowadays for their reality TV exploits. But writers in the 49th state got plenty of love in 2013, too.Suzanna Caldwell
REVIEW: In an engaging style and with first-rate design, this compilation of historic and contemporary articles covers every facet of Skagway's past and present.Colleen Mondor
In "End of Days," author James L. Swanson provides a basic, clear-eyed, and complete narrative of Nov. 22, 1963, plus its prologue and aftermath.Randy Dotinga
My book “Take Good Care of the Garden and the Dogs” has been having a good run lately, so I stopped in to check the Amazon reviews. I should have known better. What a mistake.Heather Lende
Alaska author Marybeth Holleman will be launching her new book, "Among Wolves," at the Loussac Library in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 20. The book is a collection of log notes and observations from the late Gordon Haber, who started observing wolves at Denali National Park in the 1960s while he worked for the National Park Service.Megan Edge
Long winters mean plenty of time for reading, and with cooler weather and holiday gift-giving on its way, Alaskans should take note of some upcoming titles set in familiar locales.Colleen Mondor
A classic book on bush flying, published in 1945 and long since forgotten to many, will soon be back in circulation. "The Flying North" reveals how far Alaska aviation has come, and how some challenges withstand the tests of time and technology.Colleen Mondor
Iñupiaq poet Joan Naviyuk Kane’s second book, Hyerboreal, won the 2012 Donald Hall Prize in Poetry and will be released later this month from University of Pittsburgh Press.Jeremy Pataky