Amby Burfoot is the 1968 Boston Marathon winner who, last April, finished Boston for the 24th time on the 50th anniversary of his win. Now 71, Burfoot has covered 110,000 miles and has been a Runner's World editor or writer for 40 years. He has written or co-written six books, including his latest, Run Forever, which blends his vast personal experience, interviews with hundreds of top runners and coaches, and the latest scientific studies. He believes the mind is the runner's most important muscle.
History, Non-FictionLives in Ruins: Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble
Non-Fiction, South Dakota AuthorsSouth Dakota Quilts and Quiltmakers: Infinite Variety
Non-FictionConservation on the Northern Plains: New Perspectives
Non-Fiction, TribalBitterroot: A Salish Memoir of Transracial Adoption