Too High and Too Steep in the News

My pal Knute Berger has a thoughtful piece in Crosscut about Seattle’s “shape-shifting” landscape. Along with mentioning the wonderful Waterlines map produced by the Burke Museum, Berger writes in detail about my book, Too High and Too Steep, which will be published in September.

By the way, I just turned in the final page proofs for the book. Sort of crazy the mistakes found in the final read through of the book, such as 1900s when I meant 1800s, were instead of where, and my favorite, vice instead of vise, though this one would have been quite amusing.

Waterlines Map