Pale Morning Done


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Lyons Press
Publish Date
6.08 X 1.03 X 9.0 inches | 1.15 pounds
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About the Author

Jeff Hull's writing has appeared in, Ploughshares, Southern Review, Atlantic Monthly, Audubon, National Geographic Traveler, Outside, Travel & Leisure, National Geographic Adventure, Town and Country, Outdoor Life, Fortune, Men's Journal, Fly Rod & Reel, Fly Fisherman, American Angler, Yachting, Sailing. He won a Fiction Fellowship at the University of Montana, where he received his MFA. He was nominated for a 1994 National Magazine Award by Atlantic Monthly. He has guided in Montana and remote bonefish flats in the Tuamotus archipelago in the South Pacific, and teaches magazine writing at University of Montana School of Journalism.


"A promising debut: rich in local color and uncontrived dialogue, with a plot that moves like a mountain stream."--Kirkus "An impressive first novel, which balances vivid, meticulous outdoor writing with fine characterization . . . the novel stands out for its graceful, lovely evocation of the outdoors and as a chronicle of the struggle for control of a rare plot of Western wilderness."--PW "The ending of Marshall Tate's tale is beautifully crafted and bittersweet . . . His second novel is hoped for. It ought to be a dandy."--The Toledo Blade (circ. 176,823) "A vivide package of emotions in strong color . . . The moods, inspired by the waters, move magically like a stream, taking the reader through the author's love for Montana's landscape and rivers."--Montana Quarterly "Various passages of this novel remind one of John Steinbeck's style...a fine new writer..."--Big Sky Journal