Aleutian Rogue Homer Kizer

ISBN: 9781401013516

Published: November 16th 2001

Paperback

266 pages


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Aleutian Rogue  by  Homer Kizer

Aleutian Rogue by Homer Kizer
November 16th 2001 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 266 pages | ISBN: 9781401013516 | 10.63 Mb

On the edge of a two?sided world, Jay Shoulders, conceived but never born, wrestles with his wild Rogue roots and memories of a spirit lost somewhere in Laos. A fisherman at Unalaska, Alaska, Jay offers refuge to a stranded foreign fleet Observer andMoreOn the edge of a two?sided world, Jay Shoulders, conceived but never born, wrestles with his wild Rogue roots and memories of a spirit lost somewhere in Laos.

A fisherman at Unalaska, Alaska, Jay offers refuge to a stranded foreign fleet Observer and to a petty drug dealer, thereby setting into motion his flight to Kodiak, Kenai, Ketchikan and on into British Columbia before he returns, alone. But as he stays awake day after day while sailing up the Gulf of Alaska, he sees visions of a future son already beginning to grow, visions that stir his Native roots. Author Biography: A woodcarver working in the Northwest Coast tradition, Homer Kizer, using hand adzes and crooked knives, produces sculpture displayed in some of Alaskas better art galleries.

His work tells stories drawn from Alaskas rich past and present. In both their form and their relief carving, his pieces connect humanity to the natural world. Likewise, in his essays, fiction and poetry, he hews his experiences into totems of life lived on the edges. Homer Kizer has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from University of Alaska Fairbanks, with post graduate work in Art at Idaho State University.



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