Synopses & Reviews
To witness the joy and authenticity a life can hold, meet the women of today's High Plains West. These true stories, essays, and poems tell of the glories and rigors of living close to the land, depicting an American West that is "blessed unromantic" (Kathleen Norris).
"205 voices that will knock your heart out."
"A truly rich contribution to the natural literature of America." - Dee Brown
"205 voices that will knock your heart out." The Denver Post
In the true stories, essays, and poems of Leaning into the Wind we meet the real women of the High Plains today. Included are reflections on cowboys, tractor-driving lessons, outhouses, ranch marriages, and family legacies.
About the Author
LINDA HASSELSTROM is the author of many highly acclaimed books of nonfiction and poetry and the coeditor of Leaning into the Wind and Woven on the Wind. She divides her time between Wyoming and South Dakota.