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Amy Blackmarr

Nonfiction

Interviewed by: Mary Jo Draper

Catalog Number: 19991006

The author of Going to Ground: Simple Life on a Georgia Pond, Amy Blackmarr has now turned to her Thoreauvian eye toward the Kansas prairie in the writing of her new book of essays, House of Steps: Finding the Path Home. Contemplating life from a rustic sixties abode, known to the locals as the Tree House, Blackmarr traces “the remarkable and incorruptible process of living from ordinary day to ordinary day.”    

| Subject Matter: The Kansas Prairie, 1960's Culture | Interview Year: 1999 | Genre: Nonfiction |

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