“FINISHING LINE PRESS FEATURED AUTHOR OF THE DAY:
Stephen Page is from Detroit, Michigan and is now living in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His is part Shawnee and part Apache. His other books include The Timbre of Sand and Still Dandelions. He graduated from Palomar College, Columbia University (with honors), and Bennington College. He also attended Broward College. He has received a Jess Cloud Memorial Prize for Poetry, a Writer-in-Residence with stipend from the Montana Artists Refuge, a full Writer Fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center, an Imagination Grant from Cleveland State University, and an Arvon Foundation Ltd. Grant. His book reviews have been published regularly in the Buenos Aires Herald and on Fox Chase Review. He also writes short stories, novels, and screen plays. He has taught world literature, ESL, and film studies. He loves family, friends, and spontaneous road trips.
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Thoroughly enjoyed A Ranch Bordering the Salty River! A story so close to nature told in poetry. My absolute favorite -“This Morning” Thank you Stephen! – Laura Berman
I have read most of the poems you had put in the ranch book before. However I wanted to read them in the order you placed in the book. I did it twice. I really enjoyed the flow. Really enjoyed it. – Deborah Page
“Stephen Page’s “A Ranch Bordering the Salty River” is a unique collection of poems whose main subject is an American managing a large ranch in Argentina. Generally an unsentimental account of chores, local workers and natural wonders, Page presents striking and convincing images and diction. The Wild West is still alive, but it’s in South America.”– Ed Ochester
This is a short collection of thought provoking poems surrounding a gaucho life in Argentina, the culture of Argentina and it’s beauty and flow. A welcome addition to any collection on Argentina culture and poetry.– Ross Ferg
This strong and unerringly honest book gives us a unique perspective of a poet/rancher. #poetry #poetrycommunity” — Colette Inez