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HASSELSTROM, Linda (Michele)

HASSELSTROM, Linda (Michele). American, b. 1943. Genres: Poetry, Adult non-fiction, Environmental sciences/Ecology, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Writer, rancher, and educator. Cattle rancher, SD, 1953-; Sioux City Journal, IA, reporter, night staff, 1965-66; Christian College (now Columbia College), Columbia, MO, teacher of journalism, and director of student publications, 1966-69; University of Missouri-Columbia, instructor in English, 1969-71; Lame Johnny Press, Hermosa, SD, owner and publisher, 1971-85; Sunday Clothes, editor, 1971-82; National College, Rapid City, SD, instructor in English, 1987-88; Black Hills State College, Ellsworth AFB branch, SD, instructor in English, 1987-88; Oglala Lakota College, Rapid City, SD, teacher, 1989; South Dakota School of Mines, Rapid City, professor of English, 1989-90. Publications: NONFICTION AND POETRY: Windbreak: A Woman Rancher on the Northern Plains, 1987; Going over East: Reflections of a Woman Rancher, 1987; Land Circle: Writings Collected from the Land (and essays), 1991; Dakota Bones: The Collected Poems of Linda Hasselstrom, 1992; A Roadside History of South Dakota, 1994; Bison: Monarch of the Plains, 1998; Feels Like Far, 1999; Bitter Creek Junction, 2000. EDITOR: Journal of a Mountain Man: James Clyman, 1984; (with N. Curtis and G. Collier) Leaning into the Wind (anthology), 1997; (with G. Collier and N. Curtis) Woven on the Wind, 2001; Between Grass and Sky, 2002. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Windbreak House Retreats for Women, PO Box 169, Hermosa, SD 57744, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; www.windbreakhouse.com

Hasselstrom, Linda (Michele)

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