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by Laurie Wagner Buyer

  • ISBN: 0978945662
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Laurie Wagner Buyer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ghost Road Press (May 30, 2007)
  • Pages: 117
  • ePub book: 1296 kb
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Her books include "Side Canyons, Open Range: Poetry of the Re-Imagined West", and "Across the High Divide", winner of the 2007 Spur Award for Best Poetry. She lives in Woodland Park, Colorado

Her books include "Side Canyons, Open Range: Poetry of the Re-Imagined West", and "Across the High Divide", winner of the 2007 Spur Award for Best Poetry. She lives in Woodland Park, Colorado. W. C. Jameson is the author of sixty books, has acted in five films, and appears regularly on television. When not writing, he performs his music around the country at folk festivals, concert halls, and roadhouses. When not on the road playing music and conducting writing workshops, Jameson splits his time between Colorado and Texas.

The Crooked Truth, Dan Guenther's second volume of poetry, was the 2011 winner for Poetry book in the Colorado Authors' League open competition.

He also has published poems in small magazines and anthologies, most recently, Open Range: Poetry of the Reimagined West, Ghost Road Press, 2007, and The Quadrant Book of Poetry 2001 – 2010, Quadrant Books, 2012, Sydney, Australia. China Wind, the first novel in the Vietnam trilogy, was originally published in 1990. The Crooked Truth, Dan Guenther's second volume of poetry, was the 2011 winner for Poetry book in the Colorado Authors' League open competition.

Her books include Side Canyons, Open Range: Poetry of the Re-Imagined West, and Across the High Divide, winner of the 2007 Spur Award for Best Poetry. Her life was in turmoil: Her father had been diagnosed with cancer. The 650-acre ranch she and her husband Mick owned outside of Fairplay, Colorado was about to go under.

Jameson, was published by Ghost Road Press in 2007.

Best Western Contemporary Novel. Best Western Poem: El Corrido de Antonio Beltran from Open Range: Poetry of the Reimagined West By John Duncklee, Ghost Road Press. Best Western Audiobook: No Award Given. Best Western Song: The Last Wild White Buffalo By Mike Blakely, Quien Sabe Music/Swing Rider Records. Audiobook: Healing Shine by Michael Johnson, Season of Harvest.

Living in a cabin far away from family and friends, with the nearest neighbor four miles away, Laurie finds herself caught up in two love affairs: one with the volatile Vietnam vet Bill and one with the untamed West-even as she recognizes, in the words of one neighbor, It is plumb foolishness to love something that cannot love you back.

Colorado River (Colo. Mexico), Grand Canyon (Ariz. Montana, United States.

Best Western Poem: El Corrido de Antonio Beltran from Open Range: Poetry of the Reimagined West By John Duncklee, Ghost Road Press.

She is the author of 3 collections of poetry,including Across the High Divide,winner of the WWA Spur Award. Her memoir Spring's Edge; A Ranch Wife's Chronicles,was a 2009 finalist for the Colorado Book Award. Infinite Possibilities is her first collection of haiku and was written from her experiences as a ranch wife in Colorado's high country. Laurie now lives in Texas with her husband,songwriter and author .

Poetry. This collection assembles the work of twenty contemporary writers whose poems embrace what the editors describe as "the West of personal conviction." Rather than simply reconfigure the standard mythology of cowboys and outlaws, Buyer and Jameson sought poems that would "jump fences" and explore the "grit and grain" of the Western reality. The selected poems revel in the tension and harmony between psychological and geographic landscapes of the modern West, a place where lives from past and present intersect. Contributors include Mike Blakely, Laurie Wagner Buyer, Jon Chandler, Bob Cherry, Gaydell Collier, John Duncklee, Dan Guenther, Linda Hussa, WC Jameson, Celinda Kaelin, Page Lambert, Max McCoy, Red Shuttleworth, George Sibley, Larry D. Thomas, Mark Todd, Lori Van Pelt, Dale L. Walker, Richard S. Wheeler, and Paul Zarzyski.