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January 16th 2015:SUPERSTORM: Nine Days Inside Hurricane Sandy

In her new book, SUPERSTORM: Nine Days Inside Hurricane Sandy (Dutton), investigative journalist and graduate professor of environmental studies Kathryn Miles discusses how mounting inadequacies of our national weather service infrastructure may compound the danger to public safety posed by extreme weather events. The Washington Post said the book is “what you might expect from Stephen King if he wrote nonfiction: a gripping plot with flashes of pure terror. Most astonishing, everything Miles describes actually happened.”

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Kathryn Miles

Kathryn Miles is the author of SUPERSTORM: NINE DAYS INSIDE HURRICANE SANDY (Dutton 2014), ALL STANDING (Simon & Schuster 2013) and ADVENTURES WITH ARI (Skyhorse 2009). An award-winning science writer, she has published her work in dozens of publications including BEST AMERICAN ESSAYS, ECOTONE, HISTORY, OUTSIDE MAGAZINE, and POPULAR MECHANICS. Miles currently serves as writer-in-residence for Green Mountain College and as a faculty member in Chatham University's low-residency MFA program. She is represented by the Strothman Literary Agency.
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