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New York Times - "My Upper Peninsula"

At the end of November 2013, Jim Harrison, poet & author, wrote an essay in the New York Times titled "My Upper Peninsula". In it he speaks at length about the different places he has visited & loved during the 25 years he owned a cabin near Grand Marais on Lake Superior. He also speaks briefly about his first novel "Wolf" which is set in the Huron Mountains west of Marquette and a series of “Brown Dog” novellas that he has written over the past two decades & are being brought out late this year.

Jim Harrison is the author of over 35 books, including “Legends of the Fall,” “The Road Home,” & “Dalva”. To read the full article, click here to visit the New York Times online.