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An American Homeplace

Donald McCaig
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BUY Paper · 228 pp. · 6 × 9 · ISBN 9780813917757 · $18.95 · Sep 1997

In the tradition of Wendell Berry and John McPhee, Donald McCaig wites with a powerful sense of place, and of history of Virginia's Highland County, in An American Homeplace. On the fast track in the New York advertising world, McCaig gave it all up to move to a ramshackle farm in Virginia's upper Cowpasture River Valley.

Enhanced by the author's evident love for his land and for the stories it has to tell, An American Homeplace is an inviting combination of personal memoir and narrative history.

About the Author(s): 

Donald McCaig is a regular commentator on NPR's All Things Considered and the author of Nop's Trials, Eminent Dogs, Dangerous Men, and the forthcoming novel Jacob's Ladder. He and his wife, Anne, operate a sheep farm in the mountains of western Virginia.

 
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