Martha White, granddaughter of E. B. White and manager of White Literary LLC, edited the updated Letters of E. B. White (HarperCollins, 2006), as well as In the Words of E.B. White: Quotations from America's Most Companionable of Writers (Cornell University Press, 2011). As a contributing writer and editor to Yankee Magazine's Old Farmer's Almanac, White wrote two weekly syndicated columns and was the author of Traditional Home Remedies (Time-Life, 1997). Her essays have appeared in the New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Boston Globe, Country Journal, Down East, Early American Life, Family Circle, Garden Design, and many other publications.
E. B. White, dog enthusiast and keen observer, liked to opine about
what made his many dogs do what they did. Predating the blogosphere
by nearly a century, White's personable storytelling retains its
freshness and immediacy and will charm and enlighten a new
generation of dog-lovers. -- Claudia Kawczynska, Editor in Chief,
The Bark "Book Jacket"
Impossible to resist! -- Joe Coomer, author The Loop, Pocketful of Names, Apologizing to Dogs, and other book "Book Jacket"
What a wonderful gift, to see E. B. White's writing on dogs published in one volume. White brought to dogs the same brilliant qualities he brought to his writings about life, his gentleness, perceptiveness, and rich, sometimes biting humor. He got dogs, loved them dearly, saw them clearly, wrote about them brilliantly. -- Jon Katz, author of the new collection of short stories, Dancing Dogs, and many other books, lives a "Book Jacket"