Leaning Into The Wind Women Write from the Heart of the West All About the Book
About the Book -- Book 1 of the Wind Anthologies
Edited by Linda M. Hasselstrom, Gaydell Collier & Nancy Curtis
True life stories and poems by more than 200 High Plains women: sheep and cattle ranchers, grassland farmers, rural teachers and wilderness rangers. Some are native to the region, some are transplants, but all have made their living, at least in part, from the land.
Here are stories, both touching and hilarious, on the many uses of baling wire, surviving the weather, birthing animals, how to navigate a tractor, and how to tell the real cowboys from the fakes.
With contributor biographies, map and introduction.
Hardcover published by:
Houghton Mifflin Company
222 Berkeley Street
Boston MA 02116
Phone: (800) 225-3362
or (800) 726-0600
Paperback published by:
Houghton Mifflin, Mariner Books
333 Berkeley St.
Boston MA 02116-3764
Phone: (617) 351-5000
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