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In the Shadow of the Bear Lodge.



In the Shadow of the Bear Lodge

An Anthology by Bearlodge Writers

Many Kites Press

3907 Minnekahta Dr., Rapid City, SD 57702

www.manykites.com

0972900284 $15.00 197 pages 1-800-486-8940

"In the Shadow of the Bear Lodge: Writings from the Black Hills" is a wonderful collection of samplings of literature created by the writers of the Bearlodge, in the Black Hills. this regional anthology offers a collection of essays, poetry, nonfiction and fiction by such writers as Amanda and Maureen Helms Blake, James and Jytte Bowers Bowers is a surname, and may refer to
  • Betty Bowers
  • Bryan Bowers
  • Charles Bowers
  • Claude Bowers
  • Dane Bowers
  • David A. Bowers
  • Elizabeth Crocker Bowers
  • Graham Bowers
  • Henry Francis Bowers
  • Henry Robertson Bowers, (1883 - 1912), polar explorer
, Renee Carrier, Elizabeth Canfield can·field  
n. Games
A form of solitaire.



[After Richard Albert Canfield (1855-1914), American gambler.]

Noun 1.
, Gene Gade, Page Lambert, Merle merle

a pattern of coat color pigmentation with dark, irregular blotches on a lighter background. Seen in some Collies and Welsh corgis. In shorthaired dogs, e.g. Great Danes and Dachshunds, the similar pattern is called dapple.
 Lossing, Carol Panerio, Shelly Ritthaler, David E. Wagner and Mary Jean Wilson There are several people named Jean Wilson:
  • Jean Wilson (scientist), a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
  • Jean Wilson (speed skater) (1910–1933), a Canadian speed skater.
 and others. The ranks of the Bearlodge writers embrace both the known and the unknown. All share an experience of living in the shadow of the Devils Tower and the Bear Lodge Mountains. It is a unique and scenic area, full of holy significance to many traditions and cultures. In some of the fragments of poems and stories are reflected or embedded Inserted into. See embedded system.  essences of the potentially healing awareness of the area. Sifting through its many fine offerings, a poem entitled en·ti·tle  
tr.v. en·ti·tled, en·ti·tling, en·ti·tles
1. To give a name or title to.

2. To furnish with a right or claim to something:
 'Thoughts in the Visitor Center of Devils Tower National Monument' by Trent Redfield impacts the reader's awareness with bell-like clarity:

I long to dwell again in the places of my imagination, to scale the creative heights of this monumental wonder. I want the thrill and awe of Devils Tower to flow through my pen, to score paper with ballpoint leave marks as distinct as the grizzly bear's claws made on the rock. (p. 162)

More readings from "In the Shadow of the Bear Lodge" will help transport the reader to a still, renewing, and deeply personal inner space.
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Date:Aug 1, 2006
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