Niagara Digressions by E. R. Baxter III

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A seasoned storyteller's work via cut-up method, combining history and naturalist memoir, Niagara Digressions presents land as historical palimpsest, from ancient cave paintings to 1960s mimeographed poetry, the massacre of the buffalo to the manufacture of shredded wheat cereal.


E. R. Baxter III is a Niagara County Community College professor emeritus of English and has been a recipient of a New York State Creative Service Award for fiction and a Just Buffalo Award for Fiction. Previous publications include Looking for Niagara (Slipstream Press) and various chapbooks.


 

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E. R. Baxter III: Niagara County Community College Professor Emeritus of English, has been a fellow of a New York State Creative Service Award for fiction and a recipient of a Just Buffalo Award for Fiction. Previous publications include Looking for Niagara (Slipstream Press); chapbooks: And Other Poems; A Good War;
 
Published March 27, 2012 by Starcherone Books. 250 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction, History, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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