Writing Montana: Literature Under the Big Sky
Globe Pequot, 1996 - Literary Collections - 348 pages
This wide-ranging collection of 27 essays by fiction writers, poets, literature scholars, and historians analyzes, argues with, and celebrates Montana's vital literary tradition.
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Naturalists and the Transcendent Feast Ellen Meloy
The Truth Game Earl Ganz
The Writers of Eastern Montana Sue Hart
Killing the Water Roger Dunsmore
A Philosophy of the Open Air Bill Borneman
Women Writers in Montana?Melissa Kwasny
The Genesis of Montana MarginsRichard Roeder
A Partial BibliographyScott Mainwaring
Writing and FireMary Clearman Blew
About the Contributors and the Editors
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