A Western writer is tired of being typecast as a Western writer.
by Laura Pritchett,
Sep 26, 2010
Rick Bass’ memoir, Why I Came West, describes how
his 20-year struggle to save Montana’s Yaak Valley held him
hostage, preventing him from concentrating on writing the short
fiction that he loves.
by Eric Peterson,
Apr 14, 2008
In The Wild Marsh, Montana nature writer Rick Bass takes us through four seasons in his beloved Yaak Valley.
by Andrea Appleton,
Aug 17, 2009
Western writers offer a generous and inspired list of recommended reading for the president-elect, including a diverse collection of fiction and nonfiction.
by Jeff Lee, Laura Pritchett, Teresa Jordan, Stephen Trimble, William Debuys, Dan Flores, Linda Hasselstrom, Barry Lopez, Rick Bass, Debra Utacia Krol, Aaron Abeyta ,
Sep 12, 2008
The photos and essays gathered in this collection of photographs and essays celebrate the austere beauty of a vast dry landscape.
by Kurt Caswell,
Jun 26, 2011
The short story anthology Best of the West 2009 is filled with memorable characters and muscular prose.
by Tania Casselle,
Apr 25, 2010
Caribou Rising by Rick Bass is an
impassioned plea on behalf of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
and the Gwich’in people who have hunted caribou there for
thousands of years
by Gary Wockner,
Apr 04, 2005
Rick Bass’ new short story collection, The Lives of
Rocks, proves that his fierce environmental activism has not
diminished the intensity of his storytelling genius
by Emma Brown,
May 28, 2007