by Lynna Howard
In this exclusive excerpt from a new book, Backcountry Roads Idaho, the author offers wondrous facts and musings on the state of the state, accompanied by the striking photography of her brother, Leland Howard.
by Dale Fisk
A native-born historian examines his hometown’s changes and constancies throughout his own life and that of his forebears. In the process, he uncovers what really counts.
The Last Greenhead
by Richard E. Rice
A duck hunter explains why he gets up early to stand shivering in icy water, scanning the skies. His contemplative answer goes back to a younger man, a dog, and a father cast in the strong, silent mold.
Editor’s Note: The People Win, by Steve Bunk
From the Tee: Winter Green; How Coeur d’Alene’s Landmark Golf Hole Survives the Weather, by Jerry Hitchcock
Idaho Writer: Ground-truthing the Heart; Writer Joy Passanante Turns up the Heat, by Donna Emert
One Spud Short: Stop, Drop, and Run; A Creative Nonfiction Account of the Runner’s Worst Nighmare, by Ward Stevens
Natural History: Good and Evil; What Happens When Species Face Judgment?, by David R. Clark
Who We Are: Deep Water; Sometimes It’s Best To Plumb the Depths, by Judy Grigg Hansen
Around the Bend: The Brush Fit; A Woodsman Describes It, and Considers How to Whip It, by B.J. Campbell
Changing Times: Once Around the Block; A Mother and Daughter Rate Their Neighborhood’s Sustainability, by Amy McClellan
Recipe Contest: Spinach Snack Wraps, by Kitty Fleischman; New England Style Shrimp Boil, by Starlight Herb Company, and Lime-Pepper-Cilantro Cocktail Sauce, by Starlight Herb Company
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Bonners Ferry, Coeur d’Alene, Council, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Garden City, Idaho Falls, Moscow, Pocatello, Tendoy, Twin Falls