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MEANDERINGS OF A FLY FISHERMAN
Author: Seth Norman
Publisher: GLOBE PEQUOT ( THE LYONS PRESS, FALCON), Sep 2001
Seth takes the reader beyond technique, although there is plenty to be learned through his words, to another level of understanding: the intricate, interwoven texture of life and fishing. He will delight and surprise you with his lyrical narratives. Evoking bittersweet memories and deep introspection, he will also make you laugh out loud. 6x9 inches, 208 pgs.
The critically acclaimed first book by the Don Quixote of fly fishing.
One of my two favorite books of the decade. . . . Seth Normans Meanderings is a seamless union of life, love, and fishing. - Steve Bodio
Crooked cops, feral pit bulls, a baby-herding border collie, fine friends, and mending heartsthey all relate to fly fishing in Seth Normans ground-breaking collection. Brimming with pathos and laughter, Meanderings was praised by Ted Leeson for its toughness and compassion, warmth and humor and a generosity of spirit rarely seen in the literature of angling.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Seth Normans investigative journalism has earned him a Jane Harrah Award, a Gold Medallion for Special Merit, and a Pulitzer Prize nomination. His short fiction in Fly Rod & Reel won the 1998 Robert Traver Award; and the Federation of Fly Fishers presented him with the Roderick Haig-Brown Award, recognizing a body of work representing the ethics and spirit of fly fishing. He lives in Bellingham, Washington.