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The Grace of Grass and Water: Writing in Honor of Paul Gruchow Artley, Bob/ Bly, Carol/ Dean, Thomas/ Deason, Gary/ Gruchow, Paul 1 of 1
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Learn more about The Grace of Grass and Water: Writing in Honor of Paul Gruchow:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1888160284
ISBN-13: 9781888160284
Sku: 206230137
Publish Date: 9/8/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.75H x 6.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  149
 
The late Minnesota author Paul Gruchow was often described as beautifully intense, bard-like and prophetic. While plying his talents as seer and naturalist, Gruchow was also a master of trenchant insight into the right ways of living, as well as the foibles and hypocrisies of modern society. This collection honors the memory of Paul Gruchow through the words of the many he touched as mentor, teacher, colleague, friend. The Grace of Grass and Water brings together new writings by award winning authors Mary Pipher, Bill Holm, Carol Bly, Jim Heynen, Mark Vinz, Gary Deason, Louis Martintelli, Bob Artley and Thomas Dean as well as one of Paul Gruchow''s last essays.
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This collection honors the memory?of?Paul Gruchow through the words of the many he touched as mentor, teacher, colleague, friend.The Grace of Grass and Water brings together new writings by award winning authors Mary Pipher, Bill Holm, Carol Bly, Jim Heynen, Mark Vinz, Gary Deason, Louis Martintelli, Bob Artley and Thomas Dean as well as one of Paul Gruchow's last essays.
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