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Synopsis:

Stardust and Fate: The Blueroad Reader is the first volume in a collected series of new writing and art from the road, featuring the works of nearly four dozen writers, poets, and printmakers from North America.The stories, essays, and poems in Stardust and Fate tour some of many routes-seen and otherwise-running through people's lives, in real and imaginary journeys, literal and figurative, past and present. Pieces include fiction, journalism, verse, and memoir: offbeat, quirky, surprising, deep.Handsomely printed and illustrated with original wood engravings, the collection explores some of the intersections and side roads of landscape, history, people, places, curiosity, wanderlust, memory, moment, chance, and change.Contributors include Freya Manfred, Robert Bly, John Calvin Rezmerski, Bill Holm, Joyce Sutphen, Joe Paddock, Terry Davis, Philip Bryant, Carol Barrett, Richard Robbins, Nancy Paddock, Roger Sheffer, Thomas R. Smith, Suzanne L. Bunkers, Nick Healy, and many others.

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ISBN:
9780979650901
Author:
Gaterud, John
Publisher:
Blueroad Press
Editor:
Gaterud, Abbey
Author:
Bly, Robert
Author:
Manfred, Freya
Subject:
Essays & Travelogues
Subject:
Travel Writing-General
Copyright:
Series:
Blueroad Reader
Publication Date:
20070731
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
253
Dimensions:
7.99x8.89x.70 in. 1.44 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Stardust and Fate: The Blueroad Reader is the first volume in a collected series of new writing and art from the road, featuring the works of nearly four dozen writers, poets, and printmakers from North America.The stories, essays, and poems in Stardust and Fate tour some of many routes-seen and otherwise-running through people's lives, in real and imaginary journeys, literal and figurative, past and present. Pieces include fiction, journalism, verse, and memoir: offbeat, quirky, surprising, deep.Handsomely printed and illustrated with original wood engravings, the collection explores some of the intersections and side roads of landscape, history, people, places, curiosity, wanderlust, memory, moment, chance, and change.Contributors include Freya Manfred, Robert Bly, John Calvin Rezmerski, Bill Holm, Joyce Sutphen, Joe Paddock, Terry Davis, Philip Bryant, Carol Barrett, Richard Robbins, Nancy Paddock, Roger Sheffer, Thomas R. Smith, Suzanne L. Bunkers, Nick Healy, and many others.
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