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David Feela

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David Feela is a poet, free-lance writer, writing instructor, and book collector. His work has appeared in regional and national publications, including the High Country News' "Writers on the Range," Mountain Gazette, Small Farmer's Journal, Utne Reader, and in the newspaper as a "Colorado Voice" for The Denver Post. For 11 years he served as a contributing editor and columnist for the former Inside/Outside Southwest and currently writes monthly columns for The Four Corners Free Press and The Durango Telegraph. A poetry chapbook, Thought Experiments (Maverick Press), won the Southwest Poet Series. His first full length poetry book, The Home Atlas, appeared in 2009. His collection of essays, How Delicate These Arches: Footnotes from the Four ...more

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Re-release of How Delicate These Arches

Because some readers once listed my book, How Delicate These Arches, as a “to-read” title, I wanted to send this note to let you know an ebook version of the book has finally been re-released. The book has been out of print due to the publisher’s business folding, and the ebook distributor also going belly-up. If you no longer have interest in reading the book, I apologize for this intrusion. I... Read more of this blog post »
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A good writer, and some compelling history of the mysteries that surround us. Every chapter opens a bit too much like the beginning of the author’s Lore podcast but the telling of the tales is superb.
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An interesting telling of history throughout the Jewish culture’s struggle to find a homeland, especially how a book conservator’s discoveries can function as a kind of time machine to look into the past, both factually and fictionally. The ending is ...more
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