Desert of the Heart

By: Chamberlain, Karen

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From the Publisher:

Cultural Writing. Biography and Memoir. For almost five years, Chamberlain lived at the remote Horsetheif Ranch in the redrock desert of southern Utah. This searingly honest and affecting memoir is an exploration of place--both harrowing and beautiful, and of the self in its context. In the spare company of horses, a dog, and the occasional human visitor, this book "transports us into the intimate, wild, challenging, and gorgeous world of a woman seeking solitude"--Annick Smith. What she discovers in this wilderness, is not story of loneliness, but of freedom. Chamberlain is an award-winning and widely anthologized poet who has also produced wildlife films for PBS television, and founded several ongoing programs for writers.

Title: Desert of the Heart

Author Name: Chamberlain, Karen

Categories: Essays,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Ghost Road Press: 2006

ISBN Number: 0977127249

ISBN Number 13: 9780977127245

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Like New

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 449

Description: Fresh, clean, and bright, with glossy covers, this first edition is signed and inscribed to owner on title page. Personal notepaper "A note from Karen Chamberlain" laid in, with first draft of inscription in her hand on back. Also laid in, a nice one-page press release on this book, with large color photo of Karen.

Keywords: Colorado; Utah; poetry,