IN SEARCH OF KINSHIP
Modern Pioneering on the Western Landscape
Page Lambert’s Wyoming Memoir, Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, Colorado
(2001, 1996; hardcover & trade paperback)
In the tradition of Terry Tempest Williams, Gretel Ehrlich, and Linda Hasselstrom. A universal story of the modern search for roots and traditions, In Search of Kinship offers a deep initiation into the process of connection to place and the resilience that rootedness offers. As she and her family face heartbreak and ultimately prevail, Lambert finds balance in the one unbending link to the future: the land itself. Emotionally powerful, lucid and insightful, In Search of Kinship is a moving portrait of our ultimate kinship with the land.
A finalist for the Mountains and Plains Book Award for Best Novel, Shifting Stars (Forge Book, Tom Doherty Associates, New York) was selected by the Wyoming Humanities Council in the fall of 2004 as the top choice for the on-line book discussion program, “Journey through Wyoming.” The novel is available in unabridged audio, mass-market trade paperback, and hardcover.
authors of the best-selling People series.
author of Henry Thoreau and John Muir
Among the Native Americans, and other works.
THE LIGHT SHINES FROM THE WEST
An exploration of the innovations and expansions that have shaped the West and the American landscape from 1800 to today, this groundbreaking book shines a light on the stories of the people and places integral to the development of our nation. From land genealogy to the politics that form when new land and cultures are discovered, this book provides an overdue and insightful overview of western American history. Offering a western perspective on the growth of America, this book (released by Fulcrum Publishing in April, 2018), is edited and co-written by Robert Baron.
The book includes a lengthy chapter on the Rural West, written by Page Lambert. A few of the other contributors include Daniel R. Wildcat writing from the Native American perspective, and Elizabeth Darby writing about the women of the West.
Langscape Magazine is an extension of the voice of Terralingua. It supports their mission by educating minds and hearts about the importance and value of biocultural diversity. Langscape aims to illustrate biocultural diversity through scientific and traditional knowledge, within an appealing sensory context of articles, stories and art.
SOJOURNS: LANDSCAPES FOR THE PEOPLE
The Peaks, Plateaus & Canyons Association (PPCA) celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the National Park Service in this centennial issue. The editors reached out to Page Lambert and asked her to craft an essay. “Mother Tongue, Heartbeat of the Land” was the result.
PROGENITOR ART & LITERARY JOURNAL
WEST OF 98
OPEN TO INTERPRETATION: LOVE+ LUST
SOJOURNS: JOURNAL. MEMORY. LAND.
HOME LAND: RANCHING AND A WEST THAT WORKS
WRITING DOWN THE RIVER: INTO THE HEART OF THE GRAND CANYON
Santa Fe Literary Review 2008
Wyoming Fence Lines
In the Shadow of the Bear Lodge: Writings from the Black Hills
Contained in this volume is a rich and full-bodied collection of writing by members of the Bearlodge Writers, Wyoming’s longest standing writing group. Edited by Pat Frolander; Many Kites Press; 2006. Cover illustration by artist Sarah Rogers. Includes the essay, “Silk Shoes and Chinese Amahs” by Page Lambert.
Open Windows 2006: An Anthology of Poetry, Fiction & Creative Nonfiction
Showcases the best entries from a writing contest judged in three different categories, as well as selected pieces. Edited by Sonya Unrein. Ghost Road Press, 2007. Contributors include Aaron Abeyta, Laurie Wagner Buyer, Michael J. Henry, and Page Lambert’s winning entry, “After the Blizzard, Visiting the Ranch.”
OPEN RANGE: POETRY OF THE REIMAGINED WEST
Crazy Woman Creek: Women Rewrite the American West
Heart Shots: Women Write about Hunting
Deep West: A Literary Tour of Wyoming
Ranching West of the 100th Meridian
Woven on the Wind
Leaning into the Wind: Women Write from the Heart of the West
Chicken Soup for the Cat and Dog Lover’s Soul
Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul
The Stories that Shape Us: Contemporary Women Write About the West
Tumblewords: Writers Reading the West (Western Literature Series)
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