Borne on Air: Essays by Idaho Writers

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Mary Clearman Blew, Phil Druker
Eastern Washington University Press, 2009 - Literary Collections - 263 pages
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Many of the essays (and one poem) collected in this volume are set in Idaho, with its vast wilderness areas of mountains and forests, where the clear air purifies our bodies and carries warnings of approaching weather and spirits close at hand.

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Contents

Demons
10
More than Air
33
Acrophobia
54
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Mary Clearman Blew is Professor of English & Creative Writing at the University of Idaho, Moscow. She is the author of "Bone Deep in Landscape", "All But the Waltz", "Balsamroot" (University of Oklahoma Press) & "Sister Coyote: Montana Stories" & is coeditor of "Circle of Women: An Anthology of Contemporary Western Women's Writing". 050.

Phil Druker " writes for general audiences in natural history, natural-resource management, earth science, and geology. He resides in Moscow, Idaho.

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