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Moonlight Over Pearl: Ten Stories from Aspen

Andersen, Paul

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ISBN 10: 0615331580 / ISBN 13: 9780615331584
Published by Roaring Fork Press, Basalt, CO, 2010
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Title: Moonlight Over Pearl: Ten Stories from Aspen

Publisher: Roaring Fork Press, Basalt, CO

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Carpenter, Curt

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine


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Moonlight Over Pearl: Ten Stories From Aspen is a collection of fictional short stories representing divergent expressions of Aspen, from the rich culture of an urbane mountain town to dramatic aspects of mountain living. Within these stories, nature exerts a powerful force, both vital and lethal, setting a unique stage for personal transformation. These describe real people and real places, offering a portrayal of lives well lived, minds enriched by ideas, bodies attuned to the mountains, and of spirits elated by it all. This volume is the first collection of fictional short stories ever published about Aspen, and it fills an important niche in Aspen s bibliography.

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Paul Andersen was born in Chicago in 1951. He fled the Midwest for the Colorado Rockies in 1969 to attend Western State College, in Gunnison, where he got his start as a journalist in Crested Butte. After living fifteen years in Crested Butte, Andersen moved over the Elk Range in 1984 to work as a reporter for the Aspen Times. An avid cyclist, backpacker, and skier, Andersen has crossed the Elk Mountains many times, in all seasons and all conditions. Andersen is currently authoring books, plays, screenplays, and magazine articles. He works as a free-lance editor and is a regular columnist and contributing writer for the Aspen Times. He also leads occasional seminars on wilderness for the Aspen Institute and the Whistler Forum in British Columbia. He lives among red rock canyons at Seven Castles in the Frying Pan Valley, 25 miles from Aspen, with his wife, Lu Krueger-Andersen, their 17-year-old son, Tait, two cats and a dog.

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