A Frank Waters Reader: A Southwestern Life in Writing
by Frank Waters
contributions by Thomas J. Lyon
edited by Thomas J. Lyon
Ohio University Press, 2000
Paper: 978-0-8040-1026-9
Library of Congress Classification PS3545.A82A6 1999
Dewey Decimal Classification 818.5209

ABOUT THIS BOOK | AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
ABOUT THIS BOOK

Over the course of his life, Frank Waters amassed a body of work that has few equals in the literature of the American West. Because his was a writing that touched every facet of the Western experience, his voice still echoes throughout that region's literary world.

Swallow Press is especially proud to present this generous sampling of Frank Waters's writings. A Frank Waters Reader encompasses the full range of his work and draws from both his nonfiction and his many novels. It stands as a testament to his singular achievement and proof of the talent that established him as the foremost writer in the Southwest.

This collection spanning forty years of writing provides an excellent introduction for the uninitiated as well as a retrospective for those already familiar with this giant talent. His gift for achieving a delicate balance among the many contrary forces at work in the land and the people who inhabit it is as true and enduring as the region that inspired him.


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