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The Reindeer Camps

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134 pages56 minutes

Summary

A winner of the Minnesota Book Award in fiction, poetry, and non-fiction, Barton Sutter's latest collection details life on the Canadian border, presents portraits of northern plants and animals, rejoices in marriage, and traces the ancient ways of Siberian reindeer herders. The late Bill Holm called it "unlike anything Sutter (or anyone else) has done before." Sutter's poetry reminds us that other cultures have survived for millennia by living closer to the ground.

Born in 1949, Barton Sutter was raised in Minnesota and Iowa. He retired from the University of WisconsinSuperior in 2011 and now lives in Duluth, Minnesota.

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