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Welcome to the canonical list of books by kossacks (or former kossacks or close relatives of kossacks).  This week, in honor of the DK GreenRoots ongoing event, I've tried to highlight all the books on the list that are environmentally related.  See below for this special section.  If I've missed any books that should be included in this list, please let me know in the comments.

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Authors who have written on Environmental topics
Edwin Black (Edwin Black): many books including his most recent, Internal Combustion: How Corporations and Governments Addicted the World to Oil and Derailed the Alternatives
John Graves (javelina's dad): several books, including Goodbye to a River
Judith A. Howard: Category 5: The Story of Camille, Lessons Unlearned from America's Most Violent Hurricane
John Kerry (John Kerry):  several books, including his newest This Moment on Earth
Teresa Heinz Kerry (Teresa Heinz): This Moment on Earth (with John Kerry)
Bill McKibben (Bill McKibben): several books, including Fight Global Warming Now
Curt Meine: several books on conservation biology including his latest, Correction Lines: Essays on Land, Leopold, and Conservation
Kathleen M.K. Menke: two books of Alaskan nature photography (self-published)
Marion Nestle (Marion Nestle): several books on food production, including What to Eat
Jim O'Donnell (environmentalist): Notes for the Aurora Society (self-published, just released)
Robert Paehlkee (global citizen): several books on Environmentalism and Politics
Siobahn Ruck (lineatus): illustrator and collaborator on Identification Guide to North American Birds Vol II (self published, just released)
Paul Ruschmann (Dump Terry McAuliffe): many books, including several in the Point/Counterpoint series such as Environmental Regulations and Global Warming  and Energy Policy
Julie Waters (juliewolf): books of photographs (self published)
Eric Zencey (Eric Zencey): Panama and Virgin Forest
Carl A. Zimring (Nuisance Industry): Cash for Your Trash: Scrap Recycling in America

(Mostly) Fiction (including authors who have published both fiction and non-fiction books)
Fiction Authors A-K
Kathi Appelt (kappelt): several children's books including, The Underneath
Henry Baum (Ash Tree): The Golden Calf and North of Sunset
Sharon Bishop (norahschronicles): Without Medication
Jason Black (jasonbl): Bread for the Pharaoh (self-published ebook)
Dan Blair (fink): The Spoon (self-published)
Lynette Brasfield (hippodad): Nature Lessons: A Novel
A. Whitney Brown (AWhitneyBrown): Big Picture:  An American Commentary
Tom Collette (turdraker): Water on the Moon (self-published)
Bruce Coville (Audio Guy): many books for children, including Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher
Steve Cross (Kimball Cross): Discarded Faces
Richard Davidson (mellowinman): Welcome to Percotran (self-published)
Kate Davies: several spicy romances including her latest, Lessons Learned
John De Herrera (john de herrera): The Kingsnake in the Sun (self-published)
Summer Devon (katier): several steamy romances
James T. Downey (Shadan7): Communion of Dreams (self-published and available for free download)
Stephanie Draven: Midnight Medusa
Molly Dwyer (Circle): Requiem for the Author of Frankenstein
Michael Ehart (IsraelHand): The Servant of the Manthycore
Kathleen Eschenburg (keschen): Seen by Moonlight and The Nightingale's Song
Gillian Fitzgerald (irishwitch): wrote stories included in several anthologies including Ripe Fruit and The Year's Best Fantasy 8
Donna Gillespie (Themistoclea): The Light Bearer and Lady of the Light
cheryl Gittens-Jones(hotchimera): Being Black: being human and The Cleansing
Rachel Elaine Gordon (TiaRachel): contributed a poem to Migraine Expressions (self-published, just released)
Joe Green (john keats): several books of poetry including The Diamond at the End of Time--Poems of the Loneliest Ranger (self-published)
Benjamin Grossberg (claytonben): two books of poetry
Leigh Grossman (Swordsmith): most recently a pair of fantasy books and an older eclectic mix of other fiction and nonfiction
Brooks Hansen (brux): several books including John the Baptizer (just released)
Brent Hartinger (BrentHartinger): several books for young adults
Jeff Huber (Jeff Huber): Bathtub Admirals
Karen S. Hull (ksh01): edited the anthology The Harvard Advocate
Ursula Murray Husted (SnowCountry): several graphic novels (self-published)
T K Kenyon (tkkenyon): Rabid and Callous

Fiction Authors L-Z
Denise Little (denisegreenbay): many books including Swordplay (just released)
Jean-Marc Lofficier (Lupin): The Katrina Protocol and several comic books and books on comics
Louie Ludwig (Crashing Vor): The Gospel of Elvis
Greg Machlin (StanBlather): contributed two monologues in 60 Seconds to Shine Volume IV
Jennifer Malin (melpomene1): As You Wish and other romances
Kelly McCullough (KMc): several science fiction books, including WebMage and MythOS (just released)
Joe McGinniss, Jr (joemcginnissjr): The Delivery Man
Shirley Meier (Vryka): several books including her most recent Eclipse Court (self-published, available free on-line)
David Seth Michaels (davidseth): The Dream Antilles
Lyn Miller-Lachmann (Deejay Lyn): several books, including Dirt Cheap and Gringolandia (just released)
Lyra Marlowe (Linda in Ohio): Thirteen Silver Moons and The Flavor of Summer
David Mizner (david mizner): Political Animal and Hartsburg, USA
Miriam Grace Monfredo (miriam): several mysteries including North Star Conspiracy
R. Scott Peoples (Unitary Moonbat): Crusade of Kings
Cynthia Bailey Pratt, aka Lynn Bailey (wonderful world): many romances published under multiple names
James Protzman (James Protzman, was Anglico): Jesus Swept (just released)
D. M. Read (Diana in NoVa): Layoffs
Jay Robison (AustinCynic): contributed the story "Trials" to the volume Ring of Fire II
Kate Rothwell (katier): several historical romances
R. A. Salvatore (RASalvatore): many fantasy books, including The Dark Elf Series
Melissa Schroeder (melthewriter): several steamy romances
Karen Schwabach (SensibleShoes): several books for children, including The Hope Chest
Bill Shapiro (billssha): Eternal Night (self-published)
Judy Sierra: many children's books including Sleepy Little Alphabet and Wild About Books
Al Sim: Stories in the Old Style
Ray St. Louis (kuulray): The Road Dog Diary
Mark Sumner (Devilstower): several books, including Devil's Tower
John Sundman (j sundman): several books including his most recent The Pains (self-published and available for free download)
Edward G. Talbot (eparrot): New World Orders (self-published, audiobook available for free download)
Goldie Taylor (Goldie Taylor): The January Girl and In My Father's House
Peter Vorobieff: Russian cyberpunk novel Петр Воробьев.  Набла квадрат. (available for free download)
Karen Wehrstein (Karen Wehrstein):  several books including her latest asa kraiya (self-published, available free on-line)
Josh Weil (Muleskinner): The New Valley
Wil Wheaton (CleverNickName): Dancing Barefoot and Just a Geek

Non-Fiction (topics of a political nature)
Benjamin Alpers: Dictators, Democracy, and American Public Culture
Fred Bannister and Lizbeth Ager (fredb and rhubarb): Health Security America (self-published)
Frederic Bender: The Culture of Extinction and several books on Karl Marx
Kenneth J. Bernstein (teacherken): No Child Left Behind: Views About the Potential Impact of the Bush Administration's Education Proposals
Frederick Clarkson (Frederick Clarkson): Eternal Hostility and edited Dispatches from the Religious Left (just released) and wrote the introduction to Steeplejacking
Philip Dalton (ArgumentAdvocate): Swing Voting
Carl Eeman (WineRev): Generations of Faith: A Congregational Atlas and two more coming soon: Recounting Minnesota: Blogging the Al Franken Election Saga and Encampment: A Novel of Race and Reconciliation
Jeffrey Feldman (Jeffrey Feldman): Framing the Debate and Outright Barbarous
Tracy Fessenden: Culture and Redemption and The Puritan Origins of American Sex
Brandon Friedman (Brandon Friedman, was The Angry Rakkasan): The War I Always Wanted
David A. Gabbard (gabbardd): editor of multiple volumes on the politics of education
Richard Z. Gallant (Jeffersonian Democrat): contributed the essay "The Dialectic of Perception, Ideology, and its Material Consequences" in Transnational and Transatlantic American Studies #1
Michael D. Giardina (ziggy): several books, including Contesting Empire, Globalizing Dissent: Cultural Studies after 9/11
Aaron Glantz (War Comes Home): The War Comes Home: Washington's Battle Against America's Veterans
John Gorenfeld (johngorenfeld): Bad Moon Rising: How Reverend Moon Created the Washington Times, Seduced the Religious Right, and Built an American Kingdom
K. Kennedy (publicv): Who Will Care About An American (self-published)
Richard Kenyada (Kenyada): Reflections in the Dark Room: The Black Essays and Essays & Open Wounds While Waiting for the Apology
Dale T. Mathews (maracatu): contributed the chapter "Can the Dominican Republic's Export-Processing Zones Survive NAFTA?" to Free Trade and Uneven Development
Bill McKibben (Bill McKibben): several books, including Fight Global Warming Now
Rick McLean: Grassroots Rising (self-published)
Ilona Meagher (ilona): Moving a Nation to Care: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and America's Returning Troops
Markos Moulitsas (kos): Crashing the Gate and Taking on the System
Keith Olbermann (Keith Olbermann): several books, including his newest Truth and Consequences: Special Comments on the Bush Administration's War on American Values
Robert Paehlkee (global citizen): several books on Environmentalism and Politics
Charles F. Peterson: DuBois, Fanon, Cabral: The Margins of Elite Anti-Colonial Leadership
Jonathan Rees: several books on the American labor movement, including Managing the Mills
Hillary Rettig (lifelongactivist): Lifelong Activist
Jill Richardson (Jill Richardson, was OrangeClouds115): Recipe for America: Why Our Food System Is Broken and What We Can Do to Fix It (coming soon)
Paul Ruschmann (Dump Terry McAuliffe): many books, including several in the Point/Counterpoint series
Adam J. Schiffer (cardinal): Conditional Press Influence in Politics
Tim Schilke (ColdFusion04): Growing Up Red
Jeff Sharlet (Ishmael): The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power
Paul Werner (Paul Werner): Museum, Inc.: Inside the Global Art World
Marcy Wheeler (emptywheel): Anatomy of Deceit
Nate Wilcox (Texas Nate): Netroots Rising
John K. Wilson (JohnKWilson): several books, including his newest Barack Obama: This Improbable Quest

Non-Fiction (all other topics)
Non-Fiction Authors A-K
Peggy Arendt: Fitzhugh Lee, The American
Brad Asmus (bobstandard):  The Powder Hound's Guide to Skiing Alta and The Powder Hound's Guide to Snowbird (self-published)
Aaron Barlow (AaronBa): an eclectic mix of books on blogging, CDs and WW I
Katherine Anne Baldwin (Chun Yang): No Ashes
Kathie Bergquist (LaKathie): A Field Guide to Gay and Lesbian Chicago
Isaac Bonewits (ibonewits): a mix of books on magic and Paganism
Edward J. Branley (YatPundit): New Orleans (Images of America)
Adam Brate (The Cunctator): Making the Cisco Connection and Technomanifestos
Laura Buddine (Ducktape): The Brady Guide to Cd-Rom and Building Applications with Cornerstone
Conie J. Burnet (cinnamondog): Sander's Book: The Education of a Dog Owner (self-published)
Raines Cohen (raines): contributed the chapter "Aging In Community" to the collection Audacious Aging
Andrew Conway (misterajc): The New Bullwhip Book
cosmic debris and decembersue: edited Art in a Liberal Frame (self-published, now out of print)
Pam J. Crabtree and Douglas V. Campana (blue jersey mom and blue jersey dad): several books on Archeology including Comparative Skeletal Anatomy
Jonathan Dembling (Seonachan): has essays published in Transatlantic Scots and Canan & Cultar
Molly Devon (mollyd): Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns
Edward Dorn (claude): contributed the essay "In Memoriam: Richard Brautigan" in Richard Brautigan: Essays on the Writings and Life
Sven Eberlein (citisven): Dancing on the Brink of the World
Steven A. Edwards (MadScientist): Nanotech Pioneers: Where Are They Taking Us?
Steve Gimbel (SteveG): The Grateful Dead and Philosophy
Rebecca Haidt (concernedamerican): Embodying Enlightenment
Peter Henry (Mi Corazon): Becoming Mr. Henry
Sergei Heurlin (heurlin): Thinking in Los Angeles (self-published)
Matt Hucke (matthucke): photographer for Graveyards of Chicago
David L. Jarman (Crisitunity): co-author of Washington Real Estate Fundamentals and other real estate law books
Charles Kelly (RepackRider): Richard's Mountain Bike Book
Robert A. Kezelis (agnostic): The Divorce Source for Men (self-published)
Luke F. Kittell    (Nef): The Resonant Library of Dreams (self-published, available soon in e-book form)

Non-Fiction Authors L-Z
Jonathan Larson (techno): Elegant Technology published in Finland as Tuottajat ja Saalistajat
Marrena Lindberg (cordgrass): The Orgasmic Diet
Elizabeth R. Mackenzie (shakti): Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Older Adults
Mark McEntire (illinifan17): several books on religion including his latest Struggling with God
Kate McKinnon (kate mckinnon): several books on art (self-published)
Andrew McMichael (AndrewMC): Atlantic Loyalties and History on the Web
Curt Meine: several books on conservation biology including his latest, Correction Lines: Essays on Land, Leopold, and Conservation
Kathleen M.K. Menke: two books of Alaskan nature photography (self-published)
Mark A. Michaels: Tantra for Erotic Empowerment and The Essence of Tantric Sexuality
Donald C. Mikulecky (don mikulecky): Applications of Network Thermodynamics to Problems in Biomedical Engineering and edited two books on biological complexity
Joseph Miller (Yosef 52): On High School Teaching and bluegreen (self-published, just released)
Andrew Milner (zkg): has contributed to Stephen Sondheim: A Casebook and other reference books
Maryanne Nasiatka (Cordelia Lear): Michigan Breweries (with Paul Ruschmann)
Jim O'Donnell (environmentalist): Notes for the Aurora Society (self-published, just released)
Melissa Jo Peltier (hopesprings): several books on dog training, including her latest, A Member of the Family (just released)
Brad Plumb (Last Years Man): translated TREEDOM ― The Road to Freedom from Japanese to English
Robert Pohl (mecki): The History of 219 11th St SE and Abraham Lincoln and the End of Slavery in the District of Columbia (self-published)
Jason Roberts (Jsn): several books, including his newest A Sense of the World
Anna Romero (themis): Psychology Demystified
Siobahn Ruck (lineatus): illustrator and collaborator on Identification Guide to North American Birds Vol II (self published, just released)
Eric Schiller (MakeChessNotWar): many books on chess and lingusitics including The Big Book of Chess
Sidney Schwab (Dr Sid): Cutting Remarks: Insights and Recollections of a Surgeon
Russ Shade (18038): The Practical Pionus (self-published)
Eric Siegel (EricS): Designing Quality of Service Solutions for the Enterprise and Practical Service Level Management: Delivering High-Quality Web-Based Services
John Y. Simon (Stonewall Custer): Meade's Army: The Private Notebooks of Lt. Col. Theodore Lyman
Brad Smith (briefer): Oklahoma Automobile Insurance Law and Practice
Speaks Lightning (Ojibwa): many books on Native American issues (self-published)
Michael Swaine (mswaine): Fire in the Valley: The Making of The Personal Computer
Michael Thome (mik): Scripting Your World: The Official Guide to Second Life Scripting (just released)
Sherill Tippins (Sherill): February House
Neal Traven (N in Seattle): contributed the chapter "Sabermetrics" in How to Do Baseball Research
James E. von der Heydt (Jim vdH): At the Brink of Infinity: Poetic Humility in Boundless American Space
Dirk von der Horst (dirkster42): contributed the essay "Precarious Pleasures" in Progressive Rock Reconsidered
John M. Wagner (EquationDoc): Computational Cell Biology
Mitzi Waltz: several books on autism and other neuropsychiatric conditions for patients and their families
Julie Waters (juliewolf): books of photographs (self published)
Lesley Wischmann (kainah): Frontier Diplomats: Alexander Culbertson and Natoyist-Siksina' Among the Blackfeet
Carl A. Zimring (Nuisance Industry): Cash for Your Trash: Scrap Recycling in America

Diary-Only Kossacks (those who almost never comment outside their own diaries)
Chip Berlet (cberlet): Right-Wing Populism in America and Eyes Right!: Challenging the Right Wing Backlash
David Brin (David Brin): many books, including the award winning The Uplift Saga and non-fiction books too
Will Bunch (attytood): Tear Down This Myth: How the Reagan Legacy Has Distorted Our Politics and Haunts Our Future
Michael Connery (Michael Connery): Youth to Power
Howard Dean (Gov Howard Dean MD): Winning Back America and You Have the Power
Jim Derych (advisorjim): Confessions of a Former Dittohead
Kim Phillips Fein (Kim Phillips Fein): Invisible Hands: The Making of the Conservative Movement from the New Deal to Reagan
Melvin A. Goodman (Mel Goodman): several books, including his latest, Failure of Intelligence: The Decline and Fall of the CIA
Charles M. Kelly (kellycm): The Great Limbaugh Con (self-published and available for free download)
John Kerry (John Kerry):  several books, including his newest This Moment on Earth
George Lakoff (George Lakoff): many books, including his latest, The Political Mind: Why You Can't Understand 21st-Century American Politics with an 18th-Century Brain
Lois Ruskai Melina (lmelina): several books on child adoption
Greg Mitchell (GregMitch): several books, including So Wrong for So Long: How the Press, the Pundits--And the President--Failed on Iraq
Michael Moore (Michael Moore): several books including Mike's Election Guide
Jesselyn Radack (Jesselyn Radack): The Canary in the Coalmine (self-published)
Chris Rodda (Chris Rodda): Liars For Jesus (self-published)
David Sirota (davidsirota): contributions to several books plus his own book Hostile Takeover: How Big Money & Corruption Conquered Our Government--And How We Take It Back
Joe Trippi (Joe Trippi): The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Robert Wexler (Wexler For Congress Campaign): Fire-Breathing Liberal
Eric Zencey (Eric Zencey): Panama and Virgin Forest

Lurkers & Former Kossacks (those who haven't posted in over six months - but may still be reading)
Clare Bell: Ratha's Creature and sequels
Edwin Black (Edwin Black): many books including his most recent, Internal Combustion: How Corporations and Governments Addicted the World to Oil and Derailed the Alternatives
Daniel J. Brown (Beekeeper): Under a Flaming Sky
Judith R. Thompson Devlin (roseeriter): Several political thrillers and also some non-fiction books on scleroderma
David B. Gowler (dbg): several books on religion and history
Glenn Greenwald (GlennGreenwald): several books on American politics, including Great American Hypocrites
Judith A. Howard: Category 5: The Story of Camille, Lessons Unlearned from America's Most Violent Hurricane
Alan Kotok (RunnerAlan): two books on electronic business
Eric Lurio (banned user YoursTruly): illustrated Plato For Beginners and several other books
Jim Oleske (Jim Oleske): Yeah, Right
Terry Olson (banned user BostonJoe): Direct Actions and Skinny Berry
Lisa Pease (banned user Real History Lisa): contributed chapters to The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK, and Malcolm X
James H Read: Doorstep Democracy: Face to Face Politics in the Heartland
Lilith Saintcrow (Lilith Saintcrow): many horror books, including her most recent Hunter's Prayer (just released)
Nate Silver (poblano): Baseball Prospectus and other books on baseball
Anne Ursu (alizbee): several books, including her latest, The Siren Song
Joseph Wilson (Joe Wilson): The Politics of Truth
Pat Youngdahl: Subversive Devotions

Diary-Only Former Kossacks
Paul Begala (Paul Begala): several books, including his most recent Third Term
Jared Bernstein (Jared Bernstein): Crunch and other books on the economy
Barbara Boxer (Barbara Boxer): A Time to Run and other books on the Senate
Jimmy Carter (Jimmy Carter): several books, including his most recent We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land (just released)
Tom De Luca (tdeluca): Liars! Cheaters! Evildoers!: Demonization and the End of Civil Debate in American Politics
Elizabeth Edwards (elizabethedwards, was Elizabeth Edwards): Resilience and Saving Graces
John Edwards (John Edwards): Ending Poverty in America
Robert Fuller (Robert Fuller): several books on society, including All Rise
J. C. Hallman  (JCHallman): The Chess Artist and The Devil Is a Gentleman
Jim Hightower (Jim Hightower): Several political commentary books
Teresa Heinz Kerry (Teresa Heinz): This Moment on Earth (with John Kerry)
James Livingston (Jim Livingston): several books on politics and economics
Marion Nestle (Marion Nestle): several books on food production, including What to Eat
Barack Obama (Barack Obama): The Audacity of Hope and other books
Nancy Pelosi (House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi): Know Your Power: A Message to America's Daughters
Jim Webb (Jim Webb): several books, including his most recent A Time to Fight
Naomi Wolf (Naomi Wolf): many books including her most recent, Give Me Liberty

Kossacks-Once-Removed (authors who are relatives of Kossacks)
Helen Boyd (BettyPageisaBlonde's partner): My Husband Betty and She's Not The Man I Married
Don Carpenter (lulu57's dad): many novels and screenplays including Hard Rain Falling
Scott Clevenger (misty3k's husband): Better Living Through Bad Movies
Barbara Covey (algebrateacher's mom): The Legend of Cushetunk and Rebecca Kellogg Ashley, 1695-1757. From Deerfield to Onaquaga (just released)
John Dittmer (dditt's dad): several books on the Civil Rights movement including The Good Doctors: The Medical Committee for Human Rights and the Struggle for Social Justice in Health Care, just released
James Ernest (Robespierrette's husband): Contact Juggling and Dealer's Choice: The Complete Handbook of Saturday Night Poker
Carolyn Geduld (Arken's mom): Filmguide to 2001: A Space Odyssey
Harry Geduld (Arken's dad): an eclectic mix of books
Marcus Geduld (Arken's brother): several instructional manuals on software
John Graves (javelina's dad): several books, including Goodbye to a River
Dorothy Gray (Grassroots Mom's mom): Women of the West
Jonathan Haidt (concernedamerican's brother): The Happiness Hypothesis
Steve Hays (Albatross's dad): Beauty and the Boy (self-published and partially available for free download)
Clane Hayward (claude's daughter): The Hypocrisy of Disco: A Memoir
Lisa Jensen (keikekaze's sister): The Witch from the Sea
Randy Lofficier (Lupin's wife): Over Here: An American Expat in the South of France, as well as several comics (with Lupin)
John Luck (jimraff's dad): Diamonds of Death
Thomas Mathews (maracatu's dad): Puerto Rican Politics and the New Deal
Jackson K. Putnam (justiceputnam's dad): several books, including his latest, Jess: The Political Career of Jesse Marvin Unruh
Grant Smith (jlms qkw's husband): Polymer Dynamics and Relaxation
Jennifer Weiner (Adam B's wife): many novels, including her newest Certain Girls
Herman Wouk (josephwouk's dad): many well known novels, including The Caine Mutiny and The Winds of War
Bill Young (Nonpartisan's dad): two manuals on scale model aircraft building(self-published)

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