Anne Matthews

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Anne Matthews
Nationality American
Genre Environmental
Subject Environmental Author

Anne Matthews is a college lecturer and author of articles and books with environmental and academic themes. Her book, Where the Buffalo Roam: Restoring America's Great Plains was a 1993 Pulitzer Prize finalist in nonfiction.[1] At Deep Creek, written with William Howarth under the joint pen name "Dana Hand", was selected by the Washington Post as one of the best novels of 2010.[2][3] Matthews is also the author of Bright College Years: Inside the American College Today,[4] and Wild Nights: Nature Returns to the City.[5]

Matthews served on the Library of America editorial board for the two-volume collection Reporting World War II.[6] She has lectured at Princeton, Columbia, and New York University. Her various articles and reviews have appeared in the New York Times, Outside, The American Scholar, Orion, Preservation, and the Best American Science and Nature Writing.[7][8][9]

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