Because his conservation philosophy shaped our wild lands
Denis Johnson takes on Vietnam
They're more than 13,000 years old, priceless, and maybe the best evidence yet of the first Americans. Traveling to remotest Alaska, STEVEN RINELLA goes digging for history before it's too...
IN NOVELS LIKE Dirty Work (1989) and Father and Son (1996) and in nonfiction books like On Fire (1994), his memoir of 17 years as a firefighter, Larry Brown captured the hardscrabble American South...
In search of brawn, courage, and enlightenment
When he landed a rare permit to hunt bison deep in the Alaskan wilderness, our fearless forager thought he'd be living out a childhood dream. Wild buffalo, hungry grizzlies, nearly fatal...
Thomas McGuane is back, with a dazzling story collection about strong-willed guys, mysterious women, and stark realities on the range
...And another feisty pescado in Argentina's Ibera Wetlands
Ready to take up the challenge of reviving the bloody old days of classic haute cuisine? Steven Rinella bites.
Here's the Beef
In the dark of winter, monsters lurk near the glow of Seattle. And man, that's when the jigging's good.
Past and Future Collide on the Class V Rapids of the Philippines' Chico River
Casting for bonefish in the mangrove-choked lagoons of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula
Slicing through the waters that brought you the beast that inspired Jaws, Montauks shark hunters search the Atlantic for their cold-blooded, man-eating prey. Its the brutal Mako Mania...