I just returned from a weekend conference at Fishtrap, in the Wallowa Mountains of northeastern Oregon. The conference was celebrating the centennial of William Stafford’s birth, and there was a fair amount of conversation on war and peace, and the complex roles they play in our society. I found myself thinking and speaking the words that I wrote when the book first came out last October. Some things bear repeating. . . .
"An engaging and beautifully written history." Oregon Historical Quarterly
"Steve McQuiddy has blown the sands off a story that still has me shaking my head in wonder." The Register-Guard
"This is a great book, and I hope you will consider reading it!" Thomas M. Lauderdale, of Pink Martini
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