Running After Antelope

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Counterpoint Press, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 144 pages
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The wildly various stories in Running After Antelope are connected and illuminated by a singular passion: the author's attempt to run down a pronghorn antelope. His pursuit-odd, funny, and inspired-is juxtaposed with stories about sibling rivalry, falling in love, and working as a journalist in war-torn countries. Scott Carrier provides a most unique record of a most unique life.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

This remarkable collection strings together a broad range of bright, engaging personal essays along a common thread: the author's dream of outrunning a pronghorn antelope. Carrier has been writing ... Read full review

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Carrier, a regular contributor to Ira Glass's This American Life, sees the experiences of life as a series of little stories to be shared. In this slim narrative, he gathers his autobiographical ... Read full review

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