FULL-COLOR PHOTOS AND ILLUSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT
SECOND OF TWO TRADE PAPERBACK ORIGINAL VOLUMES: We will publish the companion book on big game publishes August 2015.
HUNTING IS A HUGE INDUSTRY: There are 22 million licensed hunters in the U.S.
DEFINITIVE BOOK: This is the first comprehensive guide to hunting North American small game and fowl, by an author who has established himself as an expert in the field.
RISING STAR: Since his last book Rinella has developed a fan base as a host of the TV show MeatEater, on the Sportsman Channel, which airs Sunday nights at 9 ET. The show is watched by 250,000 viewers on a weekly basis, and is the fastest growing show on the network. It was named best new series on the Sportsman Channel and was nominated for a James Beard Award. There are plans for Netflix to take on the show. More tk.
SUPPORT FROM THE SPORTSMAN CHANNEL: This is a co-venture with the Sportsman Channel, who are putting their resources at our disposal.
PERFECT PACKAGE AND A GREAT GIFT: This four-color book will be beautifully designed and will include photographs by John Hafner, one of the most revered photographers of the outdoors, as well as drawings, charts, and graphs.
INCLUDES EXPERT VOICES: The book will have dozens of boxed sections in which other hunting experts will describe their hunting preferences and experiences.
WEB PRESENCE: The MeatEater website, www.themeateater.com, gets 40,000 unique visitors a month. Related Facebook and Twitter accounts have a total of over 100,000 fans.
AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR: American Buffalo was the winner of the Sigurd Olson Nature Writing Award and was named one of the best nonfiction books of the year by The San Francisco Chronicle. Rinella’s books have received critical praise for his “revelatory” (New York Times Book Review), “riveting” (Wall Street Journal) writing.
HAS PUBLISHED WIDELY: Rinella has written for the New York Times, Outside, Men’s Journal, O: The Oprah Magazine, Glamour, The New Yorker, and Field and Stream.
Praise for Meat Eater:
The stories in Meat Eater are full of empathy and intelligence….In some sections of the book, the author’s prose is so engrossing, so riveting, that it matches, punch for punch, the best sports writing…as well as Tom Callahan writing about Johnny Unitas in the 1958 championship or Bill Nack writing about Secretariat.“—Wall Street Journal
”Rinella’s writing is unerringly smart, direct, and sharply detailed…Each of his small-bore narratives, whether it unfolds on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Montana, Alaska, Arizona, or Mexico, bristles with the magic of a specific, authentic place."—Boston Globe
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