Between Grass and Sky: Where I Live and Work
Linda M. Hasselstrom (Author)
DescriptionA collection of personal essays from one of the most widely published American environmental writers addresses the concerns about the effects of ranching on the environment.
University of Nevada Press
July 20, 2005
6.61 X 0.56 X 8.66 inches | 0.73 pounds
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About the Author
Linda M. Hasselstrom is an award-winning poet and writer of the High Plains whose work is rooted in the arid landscape of her southwestern South Dakota ranch; she holds degrees from the University of South Dakota and University of Missouri. Author of seventeen books of nonfiction and poetry, she has conducted hundreds of readings, workshops, talks and lectures about writing and publishing for audiences ranging from elementary students to senior citizens. She is the resident writer and instructor at Windbreak House, established as a retreat in 1996.
"Direct, earthy, funny, impassioned and provocative, this book offers a concrete and detailed field guide to rural life on the High Plains."