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Susan Casey is the New York Times bestselling author who travels to the edges of the earth and the depths of its oceans, to explore new realms. InVoices in the Ocean: A Journey Into the Wild and Haunting World of Dolphins, she turns her storyteller’s art to dolphins—playful mammals that can count, deduce, throw tantrums, call each other by name, and rescue themselves and humans, too. USA Today calls the book “painstakingly researched and gorgeously written.”
Casey’s previous book, The Wave, reports on rogue waves and the people who love them. In The Devil’s Teeth, she writes a lively portrait of the scientists who mix it up with great white sharks on a Northern California island.
An avid swimmer and diver, Casey is the former editor-in-chief of O — The Oprah Magazine and a National Magazine Award winner whose work has been published in Esquire, Outside and National Geographic.
Don’t miss this conversation on the enlightened nature of dolphins and what they have to teach us.