Synopses & Reviews
Essays and poems on one woman's responsibility for the land borne out of love for it.
A new kind of rancher and a new kind of environmentalist, award-winning author Hasselstrom embraces old values, most particularly, responsibility for the land born out of love for it. Speaking with an eloquent simplicity in these collected essays and poems, the author of Going Over East and Windbreak further explores her visceral connection with the land.
About the Author
Linda Hasselstrom is a poet, essayist, and working ranch woman. She has received many awards for her writing, including a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in poetry and a South Dakota Arts Council literature fellowship.