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Montana Women Writers: A Geography of the Heart Paperback – October 30, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-1560373797 ISBN-10: 1560373792 Edition: First

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Montana Women Writers: A Geography of the Heart is a treasure to be mined and sifted, gems on every page. Vivid and intense, Montana Women Writers is full of pleasure and conflict, of escape and perseverance, about our ongoing romance with one piece of the great American West. More than all that, it is a collection of writings by women of enormous talent and influence, authors whose voices represent the loss and longing of all people questing for that place they might call home. --Kim Barnes Author of In the Wilderness: Coming of Age in Unknown Country

Montana Women Writers: A Geography of the Heart reveals a territory thats utterly compelling, the insightful and splendidly said work of thirty-nine women writers from Montana. What a wonderful collection, page after page-a handsome, open-hearted gift. This ought to be a Montana and western and national bedside book for years to come. Bless Caroline Patterson for putting it together. --William Kittredge Author of Owning it All; editor of The Last Best Place: A Montana Anthology

Montana Women Writers: A Geography of the Heart is a treasure to be mined and sifted, gems on every page. Vivid and intense, Montana Women Writers is full of pleasure and conflict, of escape and perseverance, about our ongoing romance with one piece of the great American West. More than all that, it is a collection of writings by women of enormous talent and influence, authors whose voices represent the loss and longing of all people questing for that place they might call home. --Kim Barnes Author of In the Wilderness: Coming of Age in Unknown Country

Montana Women Writers: A Geography of the Heart is a treasure to be mined and sifted, gems on every page. Vivid and intense, Montana Women Writers is full of pleasure and conflict, of escape and perseverance, about our ongoing romance with one piece of the great American West. More than all that, it is a collection of writings by women of enormous talent and influence, authors whose voices represent the loss and longing of all people questing for that place they might call home. --Kim Barnes Author of In the Wilderness: Coming of Age in Unknown Country

About the Author

Caroline Patterson is a freelance writer and editor. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including Epoch, Seventeen, Southwest Review, Via, and Sunset. She has an M.F.A. in creative writing from the University of Montana, was a 1990-1992 Stegner Fellow in Fiction at Stanford University, and has received fellowships from the Montana Arts Council and the San Francisco Foundation. She lives in Helena with her husband, writer Fred Haefele, and their two children.

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