Drinking Dry Clouds: Stories From Wyoming

Drinking Dry Clouds Stories From Wyoming Drinking Dry Clouds is Gretel Ehrlich s storytelling in full swing This inspired collection opens during World War II with the stories of cowboys waitresses and bartenders along with Japanese Americ

  • Title: Drinking Dry Clouds: Stories From Wyoming
  • Author: Gretel Ehrlich
  • ISBN: 9780803267541
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • Drinking Dry Clouds is Gretel Ehrlich s storytelling in full swing This inspired collection opens during World War II with the stories of cowboys, waitresses, and bartenders along with Japanese Americans interned at Wyoming s Heart Mountain Many of these characters were introduced in Ehrlich s novel Heart Mountain As she explains, When I returned to my characters, fiveDrinking Dry Clouds is Gretel Ehrlich s storytelling in full swing This inspired collection opens during World War II with the stories of cowboys, waitresses, and bartenders along with Japanese Americans interned at Wyoming s Heart Mountain Many of these characters were introduced in Ehrlich s novel Heart Mountain As she explains, When I returned to my characters, five years after their initial appearance in my life, they seemed to want to report to me, so I let them speak in the first person.

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    About "Gretel Ehrlich"

    1. Gretel Ehrlich

      Gretel Ehrlich is an American travel writer, novelist, essayist, and poet born on a horse ranch near Santa Barbara, California and educated at both Bennington College in Vermont and UCLA film school After working in film for 10 years and following the death of a loved one, she began writing full time in 1978 while living on a Wyoming ranch where she had been filming Her first book, The Solace of Open Spaces, is a collection of essays describing her love of the region.

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