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Souls of Wind
     

Souls of Wind

by John Olson
 

Fiction. SOULS OF WIND is a story of inner agitation, a quest for beatitude that plays out in the dynamics of the American West in 1880. French poet Arthur Rimbaud makes a detour to the United States whose emerging post-Civil War exhilarations and violence plunges him into a full immersion of frontier wildness, an odyssey of heart, heat and radical hunger with a

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Fiction. SOULS OF WIND is a story of inner agitation, a quest for beatitude that plays out in the dynamics of the American West in 1880. French poet Arthur Rimbaud makes a detour to the United States whose emerging post-Civil War exhilarations and violence plunges him into a full immersion of frontier wildness, an odyssey of heart, heat and radical hunger with a paleontologist and his Nietzsche-infatuated daughter that brings him into contact with another restless and agitated soul: Billy the Kid.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780979299926
Publisher:
Quale Press
Publication date:
04/01/2008
Pages:
260
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author


John Olson is the author of eight books of poetry and prose poetry, including Backscatter: New and Selected Work, The Night I Dropped Shakespeare on the Cat, Oxbow Kazoo, Free Stream Velocity, Echo Regime, Eggs & Mirrors, Logo Lagoon, and Swarm of Edges. He has held multiple jobs over the years, including 19 years with a mailing service, and is currently occupied as a free lance writer. Some of his articles and essays have appeared in The Stranger and the Seattle Weekly. Souls of Wind is his first novel.

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