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Windmill: Essays from Four Mile Ranch

David Romtvedt

Living in the high, harsh, dry plains of Wyoming, where the struggle to survive shapes all who live there, Romtvedt uses the windmill as a metaphor, taking the reader on a search of fundamental truths in the commonplace elements of daily existence.


David Romtvedt has managed the folk arts program for the Centrum Foundation and has served as a literature consultant to the Wyoming Arts Council. He teaches part-time at the University of Wyoming and plays in a dance band named The Fireants.

Published By Red Crane Books

5.5 x 8.5 in. 264 pages