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Red Rock Stories

Three Generations of Writers Speak on Behalf of Utah's Public Lands
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ISBN-13:
9781937226800
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
120
Autor:
Stephen Trimble
Serie:
Torrey House Press
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
Charles Wilkinson
INTRODUCTION

Simon Ortiz
RIGHT OF WAY

Kevin T. Jones
THE MAN WITH A HEART OF STONE

Jana Richman
THE LAND OF NO USE

David Gessner
THE FREEDOM OF RESTRAINT

Karen Shepherd
THE ONLY WAY FORWARD

Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk
IT'S TIME TO HEAL BEARS EARS

Lauret Savoy
ON COMPROMISED GROUND

Christpher Cokinos
STONE THAT LEAPS

Kathleen Dean Moore
WHAT SHALL WE GIVE THE CHILDREN?

Jen Jackson Quintano
MEMORY

Terry Tempest Williams
TIME

Jim Enote
A PLACE FOR MEDIATION

Alastair Lee Bitsoi
SHASH JAA' FOLLOWS WHEREVER I GO

Juan Palma
THE WILDNESS IN NATURE BINDS US TO THE PAST AND THE FUTURE

Shonto Begay
THE VIEW FROM THE MESA

Mary Ellen Hannibal
THE UR-BEAR

Mary Sojourner
BEAR'S EARS

Amy Irvine
SEEING RED

Thomas Lowe Fleischner
THE GRACE OF WILDNESS

David Lee
PRELUDE

George Handley
FAITH AND THE LAND

Brooke Williams
LEASE UTU91481

Anne Terashima
WE [HEART] WILDERNESS

Jacqueline Keeler
IT IS THE LAND THAT TELLS THE STORY

Alison Hawthorne Deming
THE NATURALISTS

Michelle Nijhuis
WHAT THE TORTOISE TAUGHT ME

Chip Ward
WHOLE AND HOLY

Ann Whittaker
WHEN THE DESERT MORNING RISES

Gary Paul Nabhan
UP BETWEEN THE BEARS EARS

Bruce Babbitt
IT'S TIME TO ACT

Mark Udall
I AM A SON OF THE COLORADO PLATEAU

Stephen Trimble
WE COME OUT DANCING TOGETHER
"Utah has been my home for over half a century. Native Americans have inhabited these landscapes since time immemorial. The writers in Red Rock Stories capture that connection in essays and poems that run as deep as the canyons of the Colorado River."-ROBERT REDFORD, actor, director, environmentalist

Red Rock Stories conveys spiritual and cultural values of Utah's canyon country through essays and poems of writers whose births span seven decades. First delivered to decision makers in Washington as a limited-edition chapbook, this art-as-advocacy book explores the fierce beauty of and the dangers to ecological and archaeological integrity in this politically embattled corner of wild America.