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About the author:
I began my life as a small child.
I attended schools and birthday parties and family functions. I had broken bones and good grades; triumphs and failures, and life swirled around me. But the first time I ever felt that I was truly myself is when we moved to Sonoma County.
I was fourteen.
Perhaps that was just the timing of geography and hormones. Perhaps if we'd moved to Portland or Denver or Chicago I'd feel the same-and written-about those places. I don't know, can't say, and don't care: for better or worse my life has unfolded in Sonoma County and I've written about it.
What follows is this resultant grab bag of essays; mostly about Sonoma
County but all written by a Sonoma County boy.
Walmart to Wolf House: Sonoma County Essays
Walmart to Wolf House: Sonoma County Essays is a collection of writing from 1983 to 2015. It's concerned with family, Jack London, shopping at Walmart, beer, cancer, Bonsai, writing, impact craters, Homer Simpson, and marathon running.
Rob Loughran has published 23 books and over 300 articles in national magazines. Twenty-nine of those articles are collected inside.
- Publication Date:
- 1507575807 / 9781507575802
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Literary Collections / Essays