A Wilder Life: Essays from home
by Ken Wright
A Wilder Life explores what it means to live immersed in family, community, and landscape. It is a book written from and to a generation for whom family values has become a political term, environmentalism has become a dirty word, community is a marketing concept, and wilderness is becoming a history topic. Author Ken Wright delves into the vital components of being human, living a truly meaningful life, and standing up for life and land.
"A Wilder Life makes me want to board an old pickup, venture to Durango via backroads, and get into an all-night beer-fueled argument. Which, of course, is precisely the response that good essays should provoke."
--columnist Ed Quillen
8.5 x 5.5 inches