Johnson, William

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Place Published: Boise, ID
Publisher: Limberlost Press
Date Published: 2010
Edition: First edition
Binding: Paperback
Condition: NEW
Book Id: 24797


26pp. Letterpress edition of 350 copies.


Limberlost Press is a small publisher of fine poetry books Based in Boise, Idaho. They produce limited runs of unpublished work by local and nationally known poets. From the publisher: In this collection, Idaho's former State Writer-in-Residence reflects upon the natural world outside his home in Lewiston, Idaho—the wildlife refuges, the Clearwater River, the Palouse, a dogwood tree in his yard, Buddhism and back roads. With awe and reverent regard, these poems explore the tensions and attractions between the natural and human worlds — the ways in which we are apart from yet a part of nature — and the need to live this paradox through in everday life. johnsonA Pacific Northwest native, William Johnson is a Professor Emeritus of Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston. He's the author of the critical work What Thoreau Said: 'Walden' and the Unsayable (University of Idaho Press, 1991) and the collection of poems Out of the Ruins (Confluence Press, 2000). He has won fellowships from the Idaho Humanities Council, the Idaho Commission on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

By This Author: Johnson, William
By This Publisher: Limberlost Press