Tag Archives: Jim Harrison

The Bigness of Small Poems – #9 in a Series – Jim Harrison

Zona My work piles up, I falter with disease. Time rushes toward me – it has no brakes. Still, the radishes are good this year. Run them through butter, add a little salt. Jim Harrison from Dead Man’s Float, Copper Canyon Press, 2016 When American poet, novelist and outdoorsman, Jim Harrison died earlier this year, […]

The Ashes We All Become – Jim Harrison, Grand Poet and Prolific Writer, Dead at Seventy Eight

Jim Harrison: author of twenty one works of fiction, two books of essays, fourteen poetry books (including Dead Man’s Float published this year), a cook book, a memoir and a kids book; and best known for his novella Legends of the Fall, made into the 1994 movie staring Brad Pitt. I wasn’t sure I would […]