Synopses & Reviews
Fitzgerald's powerful photos and Hasselstrom's inspiring text present this awesome beast in its ancient and contemporary grandeur.
In a celebration of the wild hoofed animal that descended from the prehistoric bison and was the lifeblood of the Plains Indians, the author and photographer document this awesome beast in all its grandeur and beauty.100 color photos.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-123) and index.
About the Author
Linda M. Hasselstrom combines forty-five years of experience raising cattle on the Northern Plains with thirty years as an environmental activist to create essays and poetry, and co-edit anthologies that make a significant contribution to environmental writing today.She is the author or editor of twelve books including Woven on the Wind, Feels Like Far, and Leaning into the Wind. She has received a number of honors for herwork including an NEA fellowship for poetry and the South DakotaHall of Fame'sWriter of the Year award. She divides her time between Wyoming and South Dakota.