After the Fire - Paul Zimmer


Paul Zimmer - After the Fire ebook

The poet describes how he found his interior landscape on his farm in the hills of Wisconsin and shares his insights into the course of his life, from his Canton, Ohio, youth, to his years as a soldier, to his careers as a writer and publisher, using humo

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