In this early collection, Jane Dickerson weaves the natural world into a rich tapestry to explore her relationships with those whom she loves and has loved.
Through a nostalgic reflection of his Iowa farm upbringing, Professor Keeney takes the reader through his personal and professional journey of understanding the true meaning of agricultural change.
“. . . charming, informative, and well-written . . . especially valuable for people with bird feeders or folks just getting interested in birds.”
—Bonnie Sample, Coordinator, Minnesota Breeding Bird Atlas
In Letters to a Young Madman, a man of genius, of uncanny writing ability, and of profound empathy for the mentally ill, recounts his “spectacular plunge from competency into official madness.”