High Plains and Mountains: Rockies Short Stories by William H. Traugott

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Eleven stories, set in the Rocky Mountains, feature a variety of geographical locations, historical settings, and human experience.

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Written by William H. Traugott
Publisher Wasteland Press
ISBN-13 978-1-68111-037-0
Book Dimensions 5x8
Format Paperback
Pages 122

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Eleven stories, set in the Rocky Mountains, feature a variety of geographical locations, historical settings, and human experience.  Highlighted are majestic mountains with the accompanying plains and lives spread over two centuries that reflect the lows and highs of their world.  Chapter titles reflect the variety of living—A Trout, The Train, Hot Springs, The Lake, The River, The Mesa, The Highway.  High Plains and Mountains provides the reader with an insight into the interface of nature and humanity.

Having lived over two decades in Colorado, the author has traveled the West and brings its beauty and human response to these short stories. Teacher of literature and writer throughout his career, Dr. Traugott combines his education and life’s experiences in this literary collection about the Rocky Mountains.  Professor and administrator in higher education, the author has taught literary analysis and writing in a number of academic settings. Holding several advanced degrees—including English—he has written and published in a variety of genre and disciplines.

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High Plains and Mountains: Rockies Short Stories by William H. Traugott

High Plains and Mountains: Rockies Short Stories by William H. Traugott

Eleven stories, set in the Rocky Mountains, feature a variety of geographical locations, historical settings, and human experience.

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