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Author: Paul J Willis

Paul J. Willis is a professor of English at Westmont College and a former poet laureate of Santa Barbara, California. He is the author of TO BUILD A TRAIL: ESSAYS ON CURIOSITY, LOVE & WONDER (WordFarm, 2018), and his Bright Shoots of Everlastingness: Essays on Faith and the American Wild was a Foreword INDIES gold winner (best essay collection) from an independent press. He has also published five volumes of poetry, most recently Getting to Gardisky Lake and Deer at Twilight: Poems from the North Cascades. Also set in the Cascades—or a mythic version of them—is his eco-fantasy novel, THE ALPINE TALES.

The Alpine Tales
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The Alpine Tales

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Fiction. The best part of any good fantasy world is the promise that you could get there yourself. In THE ALPINE TALES, that promise is kept. The Three Queens Wilderness is only the swing of an ice ax away from the mountains you may think you know. ...

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To Build a Trail: Essays on Curiosity, Love & Wonder
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To Build a Trail: Essays on Curiosity, Love & Wonder

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Literary Nonfiction. California Interest. Essays. 2018 Foreword Indies Finalist for Essay and Biography/Memoir. "Building a trail—clearing away underbrush, heaving rocks, making room for meanders—was a task Paul Willis set himself in a time of perso...

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