"What We Love"
"Lifestyles: Change Your Pace" "Lifelong beachcomber Burgard covers each type of shell with a combination
of natural science, history, folklore and other contextualizing info, making even the most humble shell a storied object."
Delaware Beach Life
"A Beachcomber's Bounty"
Sunny Day Guide (Sanibel/Captiva, Sarasota, Myrtle Beach and Hatteras/Ocracoke)
"Secret Weapons for Seashell Hunters"
"The Secret Lives of Seashells"
Savannah Morning News
"Tybee author pens new book for beachcombers"
So Wise Up
"80 Most Famous Travel Books You Must Read" (#41)
Southern Kitchen: "Tybee Island Shrimp Scampi"
Shrimp Country: Recipes and Tales from the Southern Coasts (UPF)
Southern Living Review December 2016
“Why we love it: Burgard’s compilation of all things shrimp-related does an incredible job of
depicting the multi-faceted industry that shrimp brings to the South. Featuring over 100 recipes
and shrimp-prep basics, this cook book is perfect for the seafood enthusiast.”
Local Palate Review December 2016
“An ode not only to the crustacean, but also to those who have dedicated their lives to shrimp,
from captains to the communities that support them.”
Creative Loafing Tampa Review December 2016
“Anna Marlis Burgard is a sea-and-sand kinda gal, and her cookbook, Shrimp Country: Recipes and Tales from the Southern Coast, is a super-dreamy read. In between recipes, the book’s packed with entertaining features on marine biologists, trawler captains and topics like American rice and the annual ritual of Mobile Bay, Alabama’s jubilee events in between shrimp-centric recipes, transporting readers to the strange and beautiful shrimping communities of coastal America. Burgard, who traveled 3,300 miles in September 2014 to gather food formulas and images for Shrimp Country (a photo of Tarpon Springs’ Rusty Bellies among them), begins by providing shrimp preparation basics and ends with sides to accompany the work’s mix of classic and unconventional starters, sandwiches and mains, many of which come from southern coastal restaurant and food truck chefs.”
Roadfood.com "Amen Street Fish & Raw Bar"
Worn and Wound “1884 Illinois Pocket Watch: A Golden Heartbeat of Irish Heritage”
March 17, 2015
Atlas Obscura “Rest Ashored”
March 17, 2015
Atlas Obscura “Irish Lot”
March 11, 2015
Atlas Obscura “Eightmile Island”
March 6, 2015
Atlas Obscura “The United Islands of America”
January 6, 2015
American Airlines’ Celebrated Living “Isles of Distinction”
Fall 2014 Issue
Yahoo! Travel “Fore! These Mini Golf Courses Are a Hole in One”
August 29, 2014
Grandparents.com “9 Cities, 9 Islands: Door to Shore in 40 Minutes or Less”
June 3, 2014
Journal of the San Juan Islands “Best of Both Worlds: San Juan Island's 23rd Annual Artists’ Studio Tour”
May 27, 2014