Alone Across the Arctic – Adam Shoalts speaks about his epic summerlong, 2,600-mile expedition across Canada’s Far North

First and foremost, Canadian author and academic Adam Shoalts defines himself as an explorer. In his debut book, the 31-year-old fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society chronicled his canoe expeditions to record unmapped waterfalls on remote northern rivers. Up next, he’s set to launch a work of historical non-fiction later this fall. Shoalts is

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