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Russell Rowland's Books

This anthology, co-edited with Lynn Stegner, is a collection of essays and poetry by sixty-six writers from all over the West, talking about what it means to them to be from the West, and how they see the Western identity changing. The table of contents is below:   Louise Erdrich Big Grass Larry Woiwode Wealth of the West Larry Watson Whose West? Which West? West of...
This is the long-awaited sequel to Rowland’s highly aclaimed first novel, In Open Spaces. Follow the Arbuckle family through years of troubles, trials, and triumphs as they struggle to hold their Montana ranch - and their family - together. In this dramatic story, brothers...
Blake Arbuckle is fourteen when his oldest brother George drowns in the Little Missouri River on the Arbuckle Ranch. Blake knows the instant he receives the news that he will be expected to leave school and work on the ranch. And thus begins a thirty year saga in which Blake and his family contend with two world wars, the Depression, and the unpredictability of certain family...