NEWS CCW Editor Alaska writer Nick Jans released his ninth book this month, entitled "Glacier Wolf: True Stories of Life in Southeast Alaska." The self-published volume of essays includes 26 stories of life in Southeast Alaska. Most involve natural encounters of sort sort - with black and brown bears, red squirrels, killer whales, humpbacks and a baby mink. As the title suggests, several essays describe recurring encounters with Romeo, the black male wolf frequently seen near the Mendenhall Glacier in the winter time.

From Romeo to red squirrels, Jans's new book captures life in Southeast

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