Lessons From a Desperado Poet
Two Dot Books Hardcover $22.95 (256 pp)
When a nonfiction book defies description (and that's not a criticism), it helps to consider the extralong subtitle publishers currently slather across book...
Written by Nancy Jorgensen
Tuesday, 12 June 2012 20:29
Baxter Black started out as a large animal veterinarian, but for the last three decades he’s made a living as a cowboy poet and rural philosopher. When asked if he worries that his cowboy audience is...
Ray Bowman interviews Baxter on Food and Farm. This link will take you to a different web page.