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Weaving a tapestry of lives and landscapes, past and present, earth and water, Norbert Blei celebrates the unique heritage of Door County, Wisconsin, a spectacular peninsula reaching into Lake Michigan. Blei ponders the balance of nature in a place where locals, tourists, and developers vie with the native flora and fauna of forests and lakeshore.
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About the Author
Norbert Blei (19352013) is the winner of a Pushcart Prize for fiction and the author of seventeen books of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry, including Meditations on a Small Lake, Door Steps, and his “Chicago Trilogy”: Neighborhood, Chi Town, and The Ghost of Sandburg’s Phizzog. Born and raised in Chicago, he wrote for the City News Bureau before moving in 1969 to Door County, Wisconsin, where he became writer-in-residence at the Clearing Folk School. He was also the founder and publisher of the small literary press Cross+Roads Press.