STACKPOLE BOOKS, June 2009
Binding Type: Hardcover
Twelve new stories from one of the most captivating voices in contemporary outdoor literature. Beautifully written; contain all of those moments of surprise, victory & anguish that is elemental to fishing. 6x9 inches, 208 pgs.
Twelve new stories from one of the most captivating voices in contemporary outdoor literature. Fed by the fertile springs of love and sport, Lost in Wyoming treats readers to a rare taste in literary fiction, the bittersweet pleasures of relationships afield. Men and women, fathers and sons, siblings separated by life’s unfathomable tides, the characters in these stories share in the heartfelt tug of wars immediately recognizable in all of our lives.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
“When I read my first Scott Sadil story I decided he was the real thing. This collection confirms his status as a writer we should read.” — John Gierach
“These stories are about people you won’t soon forget, and Sadil understands as much about them, the mechanics and workings of the human heart, as he does about fishing.” — Pete Fromm
“Sadil’s short stories dissect the extremities and the heart of the human condition with a sharp and eloquent scalpel.” — James R. Babb
“These stories are beautifully written and contain all of those moments of surprise and victory and loss and joy and anguish that we all know are elemental to life and to fishing.” — Dave Hughes
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Scott Sadil is the author of the books Angling Baja and Cast from the Edge. He lives in Hood River, Oregon.