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Swallowed by the Great Land free read ☆ 6 ¹ Compelling Alaska stories from Seth Kantner bestselling author of Ordinary Wolves Seth Kantner illuminates an Alaska most of us will never know Andrea Barrett author of Ship Fever and The Voyage of the Narwhal Nonfiction short stories that pull you into the lives of those living in an otherworlAuthor received a Whiting Award naming him one of the nation's top ten emerging writers Publisher's Weekly called the author's 2004 debut novel Ordinary Wolves a tour de force When Seth Kantner's novel Ordinary Wolves was published 10 years ago it was a literary revelation of sorts In a raw stylized vo. I visited Alaska for the first time at the beginning of March and having finished the book I had brought with me at the airport this was a pleasant treasure to find at my Airbnb I had only read about a third of it before I went to a used book store down the street from where I was staying to get my own copy to keep and remind me of Alaska Seth Kantner shares a view of Alaska very few get to experience and one I've dreamed of and his writing reminded my of my favorite author from my home state of Wisconsin Michael Perry Swallowed by the Great Land made me feel connected to the amazing state of Alaska and had me wanting

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Compelling Alaska stories from Seth Kantner bestselling author of Ordinary Wolves Seth Kantner illuminates an Alaska most of us will never know Andrea Barrett author of Ship Fever and The Voyage of the Narwhal Nonfiction short stories that pull you into the lives of those living in an otherworldly place. I’ll be reading of Kantner Such a helpful and insightful glance at a life and upbringing very different from my own Kantner and I live in the same state we’ve been to many of the same places our eyes have seen vast swaths of Alaska yet we live in very different worlds

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Swallowed by the Great LandIce it told the story of a white boy growing up with homesteading parents in Arctic Alaska and trying to reconcile his largely subsistence and Native style upbringing with the expectations and realities tied to his race It hit numerous bestseller lists was critically acclaimed and won a number of awards. In general I like longer essays but these vignettes really describe a completely different style of life than the rest of us live including urban Alaskans I really like Kantner's admittance that his back to the land lifestyle is still different to earlier generations because of the snowmobiles Fascinating stuff that is really thoughtful too