Blurb from Colette Inez On Stephen Page’s A Ranch Bordering the Salty River

Blurb from Colette Inez 

On Stephen Page’s A Ranch Bordering the Salty River

This strong and unerringly honest book gives us a unique perspective of a poet/rancher. The poet (his books and diplomas hidden in a secret room) has an insightful grasp of the largely uneasy worker-boss relationship and makes poems out of his ambivalence. Page’s world of horses, cows, birds, grasses, native flowers, and trees are evoked with a mix of lyricism and exactitude. We come to trust his attachment to the land and to his wife and to his wife’s family. All this with a glimmer of a love story in which we may imagine what brought this erudite poet to gaucho country add up to a memorable collection. 
– Colette Inez, author of The Luba Poems

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