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All things literary. All things · 1M ago

Copper Canyon Press and Ursula Le Guin: A Match Made in Heaven

"Come to dust," Ursula Le Guin urges us, even now from that great beyond, "all earth's dust has been life, held soul, is holy." On the eve of my departure for Peru, where ancientness is not ...
All things literary. All things · 1M ago

PERU: Land of Portals and Stories

All things literary. All things · 2M ago

The Light Shines from the West: Lifting the Veil of History

When Bob Baron, who founded Fulcrum Publishing more than thirty years ago, asked me to write a chapter on the rural American West for Fulcrum’s new book, The Light Shines from the West, I kn...
All things literary. All things · 3M ago

Trading Tree Houses for Silos

Author Hugh Howey“In the wake of losing my beloved dog,” author Hugh Howey wrote in his New Year’s blog post, “in one of my darkest of places, I began a novel that would eventually be about ...
All things literary. All things · 4M ago

Don’t Touch the Snow: Greeting the New Year with Willa Cather and My Antonia

All things literary. All things · 5M ago

Gathering from the Grassland with Linda Hasselstrom

All things literary. All things · 6M ago

Delving Beneath Ordinary Skin with Amy Hale Auker

Ordinary Skin, Essays from Willow Springs
All things literary. All things · 7M ago

BRAIDING SWEETGRASS with ROBIN WALL KIMMERER

All things literary. All things · 9M ago

20th Anniversary River Trip -- Yoo hoo!

Leaving for Moab to meet up with 20 women guests, 5 women guides--ready to embark on my 20...
All things literary. All things · 9M ago

Walking the Medicine Trail with Richard Wagamese and A.B. Guthrie

Sometimes, deep inside a good novel, you feel the throbbing lifeblood of its author—an agony that shines at the edges with a certain ecstasy, like gazing at the ceiling in the Sistine Chapel and feeling the anguish of Michelangelo in every brushstrok...