My Life in Sea Creatures

A young queer science writer's reflections on identity and the ocean
Autor: Sabrina Imbler
CHF 19.90
ISBN: 978-1-5299-2276-9
Einband: Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Verfügbarkeit: Noch nicht erschienen, August 2024
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Join science journalist Sabrina Imbler on an astonishing journey which will completely redefine the way you think about nature and the ocean'An astonishing debut' GUARDIAN'Reveals just as much about our fascinating, mysterious world as it does about our fascinating, mysterious selves' NEW YORK TIMESIn My Life in Sea Creatures we encounter: the mother octopus, starving herself while watching over her eggs; the yeti crab, thriving in crushing pressure and oppressive darkness; the cuttlefish, able to change its appearance in a fraction of a second; and many other creatures lurking in the depths of the ocean. Imbler's work weaves the wonders of marine biology with their own identity as a queer, non-binary mixed-race writer. They implicitly connect endangered sea life to marginalised human communities and shatter our preconceptions about the sea and what it means to survive. 'A miraculous, transcendental book' ED YONG'Profound, surprising and thrillingly strange. I love it' SY MONTGOMERY'Astounding' PHILIP HOARE'A revelation' ISABELLA TREE***LA TIMES BOOK PRIZE WINNER***

Join science journalist Sabrina Imbler on an astonishing journey which will completely redefine the way you think about nature and the ocean'An astonishing debut' GUARDIAN'Reveals just as much about our fascinating, mysterious world as it does about our fascinating, mysterious selves' NEW YORK TIMESIn My Life in Sea Creatures we encounter: the mother octopus, starving herself while watching over her eggs; the yeti crab, thriving in crushing pressure and oppressive darkness; the cuttlefish, able to change its appearance in a fraction of a second; and many other creatures lurking in the depths of the ocean. Imbler's work weaves the wonders of marine biology with their own identity as a queer, non-binary mixed-race writer. They implicitly connect endangered sea life to marginalised human communities and shatter our preconceptions about the sea and what it means to survive. 'A miraculous, transcendental book' ED YONG'Profound, surprising and thrillingly strange. I love it' SY MONTGOMERY'Astounding' PHILIP HOARE'A revelation' ISABELLA TREE***LA TIMES BOOK PRIZE WINNER***

Autor Sabrina Imbler
Verlag Random House UK
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 2024
Seitenangabe 272 S.
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Masse H19.8 cm x B12.9 cm x D1.7 cm 193 g
Coverlag Vintage (Imprint/Brand)

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