The long-awaited update, revision and expansion of Atchafalaya Autumn, published in 1995, is now available directly from the author. This is Greg’s seventh book, and he sees it as his best to date. Atchafalaya Autumn II concerns the Cajun people, the wildlife and the scenery of the Basin, with 144 glossy pages and over 250 color photos. The text, besides that written by Guirard, includes pieces by thirteen other writers whose views and comments on the Atchafalaya Basin experience are timely and relevant.
This is a hardbound, coffee-table-sized book, 9.5 X 11.5 incles overall. Retail price–$25; Price to schools and libraries–$20 (All books autographed)
Atchafalaya Autumn II is a book about change, about the Cajun Culture and its struggle to survive, and about the need for restoration of the environmental health and productivity of the largest river-basin swamp system in the U.S.