~ Western Poetry from a true son of the American West ~ Staring into a campfire on a starry night as he listens to the coyotes howl and the cattle lowing gives a cowboy time to think, room to put his thoughts to paper, a chance to sing what's in his heart... Join award-winning author John D. Nesbitt as he shares 32 poems of Western life including Wild Rose of Wyoming, Under Cloak of Night, Boss of Bottomline Ranch, To the North of Old Cheyenne, Blue Horse Mesa, and Thorns on the Rose.
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John D. Nesbitt lives in the plains country of Wyoming, where he teaches English and Spanish at Eastern Wyoming College. His articles, reviews, fiction, and poetry have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. He is best known as a fiction writer, with more than thirty books of traditional western, contemporary, mystery, and retro/noir fiction. John has won many awards for his work, including two awards from the Wyoming State Historical Society (for fiction), two awards from Wyoming Writers for encouragement of other writers and service to the organization, two Wyoming Arts Council literary fellowships (one for fiction, one for non- fiction), a Western Writers of America Spur finalist award for his western novel Raven Springs, and the Spur award itself for his noir short story "At the End of the Orchard" and for his western novels Trouble at the Redstone and Stranger in Thunder Basin.
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