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Bonta, Marcia Myers

BONTA, Marcia Myers

BONTA, Marcia Myers. American, b. 1940. Genres: Environmental sciences/Ecology, Natural history, Women's studies and issues. Career: Freelance nature writer, 1977-. Publications: Escape to the Mountain, 1980; Outbound Journeys in Pennsylvania, 1988; Appalachian Spring, 1991; Women in the Field: America's Pioneering Women Naturalists, 1991; Appalachian Autumn, 1994; (ed.) American Women Afield: Writings by Pioneering Women Naturalists, 1995; More Outbound Journeys in Pennsylvania, 1995; Appalachian Summer, 1999. Contributor to state and national magazines. Address: P.O. Box 68, Tyrone, PA 16686, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected];

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