Favorite Places in Alaska:
Anchorage's wild side, Chugach State Park, the Denali region including Byers Lake, Central Brooks Range, McNeil River bear sanctuary
Nature writer Bill Sherwonit has contributed essays and articles to a wide variety of newspapers, magazines, journals, and anthologies and is the author of 13 books. His most recent include Living with Wildness: An Alaskan Odyssey and Changing Paths: Travels and Meditations in Alaska's Arctic Wilderness, both published by the University of Alaska Press. He also contributed the essay that accompanies Carl Battreall's photographs in Chugach State Park: Alaska's Backyard Wilderness (2011). Most of Sherwonit's work focuses on Alaska, with an emphasis on wilderness adventure, wildlands preservation, environmental issues, natural history, wildlife management, relationship with place, and notions of wildness. He also teaches nature writing.
Chugach State Park: Alaska's Accessible Wilderness (nonfiction), Greatland Graphics, 2011.
Changing Paths: Travels and Meditations in Alaska's Arctic Wilderness (nonfiction), University of Alaska Press, 2009.
Living with Wildness: An Alaskan Odyssey (nonfiction), University of Alaska Press, 2008.
Wood-Tikchik: Alaska's Largest State Park (nonfiction), Aperture Foundation, 2003.