The Wildsam Texas Rivers Book is a photo tribute and deep-dive into the beauty, history and variety of the Lone Star State’s waterways. Known for their pocket-sized travel guides that delve into the details and insights that make up the soul of a city, Wildsam turned their obsessive tendencies to the rivers that flow throughout the state—due in part to the fact that the Gulf doesn’t exactly photograph well. We Texans love our swimmin’ holes and streams and this book is packed to the gills with thoughtfully curated photos, both past and present, from acclaimed photographers that help bring these rivers to life. As you flip through the impressive layout of full-color pages, you’ll find interviews, archival pieces, essays and anecdotes about how these rivers have shaped the lives, history, and culture of the great state of Texas.
- 60+ iconic photographs from notable photographers, printed in full-color
- Original essays, anecdotes, interviews and archival stories from notable voices including Andrew Sansom, Naomi Shihab Nye, Dan Oko and Abby Johnson
- Filmmaker Ben Masters expresses his reverence for the wild and complicated border that is the Rio Grande
- Portraits of the integral people, past and present, connected to Texas rivers
- Full-color printing, embossed cover
Dimensions: 10” x 8”