Borne on Air: Essays by Idaho Writers
Mary Clearman Blew, Phil Druker
Eastern Washington University Press, 2009 - Literary Collections - 263 pages
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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