KNAU's monthly series of book reviews with Flagstaff author and Northern Arizona University professor Ann Cummins. Every month Cummins will review books about Arizona and the Four Corners region that evoke the rich landscapes and cultures of the southwest.
If you would like your book reviewed by Ann Cummins, here are some guidelines to keep in mind. The book should be based in the southwest or the author should have significant southwest ties. It does not have to be a new release but it should have literary merit. We are not accepting self-published books at this time. If your book meets these requirements, please provide us with a review copy. Thank you!
Southwest Book Reviews
KNAU Arizona Public Radio
PO Box 5764
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Scott Thybony’s KNAU commentaries give Arizonans an enhanced understanding of our unique region - the land, people, cultures, languages, and traditions – through vibrant storytelling, history, and thoughtful reflection. Visit Scott's personal website.
Scott Thybony’s Grand Canyon commentaries are funded by the Grand Canyon Association, which has supported education and scientific research for Grand Canyon National Park since 1932. More information is available at their website, www.grandcanyon.org.
The Colorado Plateau is one of North America’s human and environmental treasures. Ancient cultures have called this land of sun-baked deserts and lush mountain landscapes home for centuries. Earth Notes, KNAU’s weekly environmental series, explores the Plateau by telling stories of the intricate relationships between environmental issues and our daily lives.