Audio: A conversation with Alexandra Fuller

by Marty Durlin

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Alexandra Fuller, whose recent book The Legend of Colton H. Bryant is a portrait of a worker who died in Wyoming's energy fields, talks about the connection between people and land; about why she left her native Zimbabwe and fell in love with the rugged landscape of the Western United States; and about why she continues to protest the Bush administration's energy policy.

Read the profile, Alexandra Fuller: A fine line between protest and profession.

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