San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 2006. In-text engravings. Later printing. Cloth. INSCRIBED by the Managing Editor on the title page, 4to (10 3/4" x 8 1/2"), gray "sierra" cloth with gold lettering on spine and title blind-stamped on front cover, profusely illustrated with in-text B&W engravings, archival mylar-protected pictorial dust jacket (unclipped) with detail from painting "Lost in the Gold" by Eric Soll, red endpapers, xxiv + 449 pages +  Colophon. Weight: 3 lbs. 1 oz. Fine / Fine. Item #4622
For works that explore environmental and humanitarian situations, Barry Lopez (b. 1945 - ) has written novels, essays, and children's books. He has won the National Book Award, John Burroughs Medal, the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award Medal, the Oregon Book Award, and others.
His co-editor, Debra Gwartney, is an author, professor at Portland State, free-lance editor, and teacher of writing at places like Bread Loaf.
HOME GROUND is an anthology of meaningful American words with commentary by 45 established and up-and-coming authors. With a warm inscription by Gwartney: "Dear Craig, Thanks for making a home for writers and me at [WLUW]! Your friendship is my home ground-- / --with love always, DebraW... [flourish].