After publishing the “H. Sapiens Problem,” I drifted away from fiction. I sometimes felt a tinge of melancholy for the unfinished lives of my characters, so I decided to give them a future. In H. Sapiens I had merged and improved Warrior and Terrible. In Corr Syl, I added a next chapter for the principal characters.
- Rogers, G.The Parrot Poirot (In Preparation)
- Rogers, G. Corr Syl. Coldwater Press, Prescott, AZ In preparation.
- Rogers, G. 2017. The H. sapiens Problem. Coldwater Press, Prescott, AZ. 390 pp.
- Rogers, G. 2015. Corr Syl the Terrible. CreateSpace, Charlotte, SC. 132 pp.
- Rogers, G. 2013. Corr Syl the Warrior. CreateSpace, Charlotte, SC. 262 pp.
Nonfiction Books and Chapters
- Rogers, G. 2020. Birds of Coldwater Farm, Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona. Coldwater Press, Prescott, AZ. 177 p.
- Rogers, G. 2020. Desert Weeds. Springer Life Sciences, New York, NY. In Press.
- Rogers, G. 2019. Desert Conservation and Management: Biodiversity Threats From Invasive Weeds. In DellaSalla et al. Encyclopedia of the World’s Biomes, the Desert Biome. Elsevier, New York. In Press.
- Rogers, G. 2018. Weeds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona. Coldwater Press, Prescott, AZ. 398 pp.
- Rogers, G. 2017. Butterflies of Yavapai County, Arizona. Coldwater Press, Prescott, AZ. 30 pp.
- Rogers, G. 2016. Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona. Coldwater Press, Prescott, AZ. 128 pp.
- Rogers, G. 2014. Arizona Wildlife Notebook. CreateSpace, Charlotte, SC. 162 pp.
- Turner, R. M., R. H. Webb, T. C. Esque, and G. F. Rogers. 2010. Repeat photography and low-elevation fire responses in the Southwestern United States. Pages 223-244 in R. H. Webb, D. E. Boyer, and R. M. Turner, Eds. Repeat Photography Methods and Applications in the Natural Sciences. Island Press, Washington, DC, 337 pp.
- Rogers, G., H. Malde, and R. Turner. 1984. Bibliography of Repeat Photography. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, UT. 179 pp.
- Rogers, G. 1982. Photographic History of Vegetation Change in the Great Basin Desert. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, UT. 188 pp.
Fiction Background: The Tsaeb
“When we see epizeuxis, we hear the voice of any great leader or powerful person. When we see amplification, we hear a voice full of emotion. When we see anastrophe, we think, of course, of Yoda” –Sara Jarecke, quoted in “Making connections: 56 teenagers suggest creative ways to link school curriculum to the world of 2020.” New York Times, March 13, 2020.