Between Grass And Sky: Where I Live And Work
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Between Grass And Sky: Where I Live And Work

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Acclaimed nature writer Linda M. Hasselstrom sees herself as a rancher who writes-a self-definition that shapes the tone and content of her writing. Now owner of the cattle ranch where she grew up in western South Dakota, she lives in daily intimate contact with the natural world. As she says, "Nature is to me both home and office. Nature is my boss, manager of the branch...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published July 20th 2005 by University of Nevada Press (first published 2002)
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Author Laura Pritchett recommended this as part of the Rocky Mountain Land Library's "A Reading List For the President Elect: A Western Primer for the Next Administration".
What can I say except that I love Linda Hasselstrom's writing.
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Linda M. Hasselstrom is an award-winning poet and writer of the High Plains whose work is rooted in the arid landscape of southwestern South Dakota. She writes, ranches, and conducts writing retreats on the South Dakota ranch homesteaded by her grandfather, a Swedish cobbler, in 1899.

Her website,, provides details about her writing retreats, online consulting and her publis...more
More about Linda M. Hasselstrom...
Leaning Into the Wind: Women Write from the Heart of the West Feels Like Far: A Rancher's Life on the Great Plains Woven on the Wind: Women Write about Friendship in the Sagebrush West Windbreak: A Woman Rancher on the Northern Plains Land Circle: Writings Collected from the Land

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