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John Holt is more commonly known for his prose -- novels like Plain Crazy in Paradise, Blown Away Under the Big Sky, and The Lost Patrol, or fact-filled articles in such publications as Men's Journal, Fly Fisherman, and Crossroads. A resident of Montana, he likes writing about the Great Outdoors, the beauty and savagery of nature, pastoral sojourns into the wild. But here Holt reveals another side of himself -- the poet. Here are nearly three score of his poems, which like his books show a mastery of language and an introspection that touches both mind and spirit.
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About the Author
John Holt is the author of more than two dozen published books including, Plain Crazy in Paradise, Blown Away Under the Big Sky, The Lost Patrol, Yellowstone Drift - Floating the Past in Real Time, Arctic Aurora - Canada’s Yukon and Northwest Territories, Coyote Nowhere - In Search of America’s Last Frontier. Some of the poems in The Boys on the Corner originally appeared in slightly different form in publications that include Plain Crazy in Paradise, High County News, The Azorean Express, Counterpunch.org and The Midwest Poetry Review. His work has appeared in such publications as Men’s Journal, Fly Fisherman, Crossroads, The Denver Post and E - The Environmental Magazine. He and his wife, photographer Ginny Diers, live in Livingston, Montana.