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Three Good Books About Mushrooms and Other Fungi

For some reason, at this time of year I start thinking about what to read over the holidays. If you like studying and learning about fungi, you are probably up for a good topical read once in awhile, not matter what tie of year it is. We’re not talking about the raft of mushroom cookbooks […]

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Book Review: “Spiral” by Paul McEuen

Someone I follow on Twitter first clued me into the existence of Spiral a few months ago. I wish I could remember who it was so I could thank them, but alas…  Sorry. Whoever it was, I thank them for the tip because Spiral is a great read. My first look at Spiral came at […]

Book Review: Mushrooms and Other Fungi of North America

Oh good, a new mushroom book, I thought as I pulled the fresh-looking copy of Mushrooms and Other Fungi of North America (Firefly Books, Buffalo, NY, 2010) by Roger Phillips off the shelf at my local library. For a new book, it looked awfully familiar for some reason. A quick scan of the front matter […]

Book Available for Review (Again)

Once again, I have a copy of The Triumph of the Fungi by Nicholas P. Money available for review. The original reviewer was, for some reason, unable to complete the task, and much to his credit, has returned it to MycoRant. So, if there is anyone out there who would like to receive the book […]

Northeast Mushroom Book Still Available for Review

No charge. Really! All you have to do is ask and I’ll arrange to have it sent to you. David Spahr’s book Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern Canada is now available for a MycoRant review. The publisher will send a copy to the reviewer directly. If you are a mycologist at […]

New Mushroom Book Available for Review

David Spahr’s book Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern Canada is now available for a MycoRant review. The publisher will send a copy to the reviewer directly. If you are a mycologist at a New England or Eastern Canadian university, or a knowledgeable member of a club from these parts (not including […]

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