Brushstrokes and Balladeers Painters and Poets of the American West

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“Lightning cracked across the sky like veins on the back of your hand.  It reached a fiery finger out as if in reprimand and torched a crippled cottonwood that leaned against the sky while grass and sagebrush hunkered down that hellish hot July.” – excerpt from the poem “Range Fire” by Baxter Black.  This book has poetry and beautiful artwork printed in color throughout.  It is a 143 page hardcover book published by Range Magazine.

 

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