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Writing Down the River: Into the Heart of the Grand Canyon
The Face of the Canyon
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Page Lambert was one of 15 writers selected by producer and photographer Kathleen Jo Ryan to contribute to Writing Down the River: Into the Heart of the Grand Canyon. Other contributors include Denise Chavez, Linda Ellerbee, Linda Hogan, Teresa Jordan, Ann Zwinger, Annick Smith, Ruth Kirk, Judith Freeman, Evelyn White, Leila Philip, Sharman Apt Russell, Barbara Thomas, and Brenda Peterson.  Forward by Gretel Ehrlich.  "This is more than a book of stunning photographs and gripping words. This is scripture from the depths of our remaining wilderness. Writing Down the River may be the most unique adventure book of the year."Hugh Sidey, Time Magazine The Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport featured a six-month exhibit of the book from May to October, 2004, and the Grand Canyon Association exhibited the display at the historic Kolb Studio on the South Rim of the Grand...
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Page Lambert was one of 15 writers selected by producer and photographer Kathleen Jo Ryan to contribute to Writing Down the River: Into the Heart of the Grand Canyon. Other contributors include Denise Chavez, Linda Ellerbee, Linda Hogan, Teresa Jordan, Ann Zwinger, Annick Smith, Ruth Kirk, Judith Freeman, Evelyn White, Leila Philip, Sharman Apt Russell, Barbara Thomas, and Brenda Peterson.  Forward by Gretel Ehrlich. 

"This is more than a book of stunning photographs and gripping words. This is scripture from the depths of our remaining wilderness. Writing Down the River may be the most unique adventure book of the year."Hugh Sidey, Time Magazine

The Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport featured a six-month exhibit of the book from May to October, 2004, and the Grand Canyon Association exhibited the display at the historic Kolb Studio on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon during the winter of 2005. The exhibit continues to travel the country. Contact Kathleen Jo Ryan for an update on the DVD production of Writing Down the River.

"'In the Canyon, you will hear the voices of our ancestors,'" whispered my only sister from her home on the Big Island of Hawaii. 'The River will be a good place to grieve.' Together we mourned our father's death. Together, we cried."

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About Page

Selected as one of 12 “extraordinary women of Jefferson County,” Page was honored on November 15, 2013 at the Annual West Chamber Celebrate Women of Jefferson County Colorado event. In July 2013, she was featured on the cover of Bloomsbury Review in the featured interview...

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