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Issue 19: Summer 2002

The Bark’s new Summer issue features a celebration of John Steinbeck’s Travels with Charley; Summer travel ideas; a profile of biologist Marc Bekoff; canine stories by Bonnie Jo Campbell and Stephen Kuusisto; photography by Dorothea Lange and Deborah Samuel; plus holistic care and behavior, humor, book reviews and much more. Full color, 96 pages + cover.
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APPEARING IN THIS ISSUE:
FEATURES
Steinbeck’s Charley In celebration on the 100th anniversary of the birth of John Steinbeck, reflections on his life and works. Barnaby Conrad, friend of the author’s, and Louis Owens, leading scholar of his work, present their homages.
Summer Travel Ideas From the beach to bike trails, from four-star kennels to doggy camps—we offer 17 travel ideas for sharing the long, hot summer with your dog. By Nancy Kerns.
Marc Bekoff: Profile Leading biologist discusses intelligence, consciousness and the emotional life of dogs—as well as the importance of play—with Hattie C. Wolfe.
The Power to Heal Holistic treatment eases the pain of arthritis and gives a dog a new outlook on life. By Donna Kelleher, D.V.M.
Canine Roadside Giants Jim Heimann discusses roadside vernacular architecture with Alice Jurow.
Dorothea Lange Rarely seen photographs from the one of America’s foremost chroniclers. By Elizabeth Partridge

DEPARTMENTS
[Dog Parks]
Portland, Maine: A community creates a park with imagination. By Zoe Conrad
[Gimme Shelter]
Profile of Cydney Cross—Pit Bull rescuer. By Elizabeth Hess and Anne Watkins
[Legal]
Accountability on Trial—reflections on the Knoller-Noel case. By Matt Krasnowski
[Medicine]
Vaccines: are they needed yearly? By Leigh Hooper
[Behavior]
Knowing what your dog knows. By Patricia McConnell, Ph. D.
[Technology]
Pacemakers find a second life in dogs. By Heather Bloch

STORIES
What My Dog Has Eaten Lately A dog’s unseemly appetite. By Bonnie Jo Campbell
Dog-Man: The Action Figure Blind author and his dog navigating life. By Stephen Kuusisto
Getting Rid of Finn: A Defense Finding a new home is sometimes best. By Jean Hanff Korelitz

HUMOR
Can’t Buy Me Love The true cost of affection. By Hope Reeves
Screen Treatment: The Dinner Party If people behaved like dogs. By Erica Schoenberger/Melissa Webb Wright

ART
Deborah Samuel: Photographer Capturing the spirit of “dog” through a lens. By Lauren Carter

Photographs: Denise Herman; Burton Holmes Collection
Illustration: Donna Marie Grethen

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From This Issue

Dog Culture: DogPatch

John Steinbeck By Barnaby Conrad
Roadside Giants Jim Heimann discusses roadside vernacular architecture By Alice Jurow
Dorothea Lange This intrepid photographer documented Depression-era Americans’ pride and spirit By Elizabeth Partridge

Dog Culture: Stories & Lit

The Dinner Party A screen treatment By Erica Schoenberger, Melissa Webb Wright

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