Christine Schonewald, PhD

- Christine Green -

As of May 2019

Now retired,  I live in the Pacific Northwest amid bald eagles, loons, orcas, salmon, river and sea otters, old cedars and mountain snails. In this northeast-most US island of the Salish Sea, next to the Lummi Nation lands and Bellingham, it is a very short ferry boat ride to colleges, universities, theaters, federal, state and local parks, and sufficiently abundant eating sites. We are so close to the Canadian border that we often visit Vancouver. Whether we are on the island, water or mainland, we live within one of the most inspiring and fruitful biomes of North America—of the world.


Present Activities
I am writing a few books, learing about the natural history of both marine and continental habitats here, and am engaged in cultural arts, natural history observations and still learning new subjects and skills.  I also continue to conceptualize and study how mapped boundaries and boundary processes operate.

 
New Book April 2019
Sojourne Snail's Sounding Saga

2019 (April 2019) Publisher: iUniverse. 52pp. 

(paperback only; available in eBooks)


child's and school book for love of language, tongue twisters, growing up, natural history, pacific northwest and snails
Available at Amazon, iUniverse, Book Depository US, SuperBookDeals, PBShop US, Bargainbookstores, californiabooks, super_star_seller, SuperBookDeals, Prepbooks, Blackwell's UK.

A story with several layers that plays with the sound "s", tongue twists, a children's story, illustrated by a young initially middle school student.Whether he/she is a preschooler that has to color in the pages, a grammar school student that needs to learn why books are fun, perhaps an adult learning English, or a young natural historian, Sojourne Snail's Sounding Saga can entertain multiple audiences.

Previous Work

One Stranger's Songs

Schonewald, Christine.  iUniverse, Inc. New York, Bloomington © 2009; 472pp.

(a collection of ~400 poems written 1960- 2009.)


One Stranger's Songs (2009) is a collection of poems, spanning time, from high school to the early 2000's. The cover is myself, looking at my inspirational redwood forest. The poetry in One Stranger's Songs was generally written for myself inspired by music, selfishness, humor, exotic travel, tradgedy, epilepsy, Lyme disease, religion, elation, and shock.

 
 
Some of the poetry recieved awards from the San Francisco Writers Conference, 2007 and 2008 (Christine Schonewald, and Christine Green) See also: Selected Poems (PP.101-112). In-Building Bridges from Writers to Readers: The San Francisco Writers Conference Anthology, ed. Vickie Weiland; co-founders Elizabeth Pomada and Michael Larsen. iUniverse, Inc., New York, Bloomington © 2009; 134 pp. [Trickle Down for Common Good? (p. 101); Bridge to Daddy's Smile (p. 102); Eyes Know It's Bedtime (p. 103) Glass Is a Thin Lens, Four Cornered (p. 106); Sight (p. 110)] and Michael Larsen. iUniverse, Inc., New York, Bloomington © 2009; 134 pp. [Trickle Down for Common Good? (p. 101); Bridge to Daddy's Smile (p. 102); Eyes Know It's Bedtime (p. 103) Glass Is a Thin Lens, Four Cornered (p. 106); Sight (p. 110)]

It is an understatement when I write that Genetics and Conservation was a collaborative effort. Many more people than the editors and contributors provided for the projects effectiveness. The book has emerged in two editions, with the second having added a second Preface: 1983 Addison Wesley/Benjamin Cummings.722pp.;2003 second edition. Blackburn Press. (photo is the Blackburn Press edition.)
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