Howard Paap (Author)
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DescriptionThe quiet, earthy and welcomed realism of these short stories speaks to our deepest assumptions and sensitivities about where we came from, what we are doing here, and what our future might hold. With both simile and metaphor, Paap enables the reader to contemplate these ageless questions about family and community and the love of both.
North Star Press of St. Cloud
June 30, 2007
5.9 X 0.5 X 8.9 inches | 0.65 pounds
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About the Author
Howard Paap and his wife, Marlene, reside beside Lake Superior in Bayfield, Wisconsin, where he spends much of his time writing. He is also the author of A Northland Land, a memoir of his time on the nearby Red Cliff Ojibwe Reservation, and Raspberry River, a collection of short stories. He is a veteran of the US Navy, and taught anthropology for over thirty years.