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Jeffrey A. Lockwood is Professor of Natural Sciences & Humanities at the University of Wyoming, where he teaches in the department of philosophy and in the MFA program in creative writing. An accomplished writer, his work has been included in the popular anthology Best American Science and Nature Writing, and he is winner of both a Pushcart Prize and the John Burroughs Award. He is the author of Grasshopper Dreaming: Reflections on Killing and Loving and Locust: The Devastating Rise and Mysterious Disappearance of the Insect that Shaped the American Frontier.
Compelling. Simon Schama, Financial Times Lockwood's approach is fresh. PD Smith, The Guardian The book is an excellent read. Michelle Harvey, Times Higher Education Supplement It's a delightfully gory book. James Delingpole, Irish Mail on Sunday He writes with vigour and clarity, making the book very accessible. Joanna Bourne, The Times Lockwood has produced an engaging work. Robin McKie, The Observer 'Six-Legged Soldiers' exposes convincingly the likely devastating impact. An infectious, haunting read. Emmanuelle Smith, Financial Times It's a delightfully gory book. James Delingpole, Mail on Sunday 'Six Legged Soldiers' is an excellent account of the effect that anthropod-borne diseases have had on warefare. Kenneth J. Lithicum, Nature.