"Noted western literary critic Robert Gish collects here a revealing and rewarding gathering of his sprightly essays about Paul Horgan and the multicultural Southwest. . . . A treat for specialists and generalists alike.”--Richard W. Etulain, director of the Center for the American West, University of New Mexico
(Richard W. Etulain, director of the Center for the American West, University of )
About the Author
Robert Franklin Gish is director of the Ethnic Studies Program at California Polytechnic State University. He is author of Paul Horgan, Frontier's End: The Life and Literature of Harvey Fergusson, Songs of My Hunter Heart: A Western Kinship, First Horses: Stories of the New West, and, most recently, When Coyote Howls: A Lavaland Fable.