John Keeble is the author of seven books, including Yellowfish, Broken Ground, and The Shadows of Owls. He is also author of Out of the Channel, the definitive study of the Exxon Valdez disaster. Keeble was cofounder of the graduate creative writing program at Eastern Washington University where he taught for more than thirty years, and has taught also at Grinnell College and the University of Alabama and served as Distinguished Visiting Writer at Boise State University. With his wife Clare, he lives, in a house of his own construction, on a wooded hillside west of Spokane, Washington.
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John Keeble recommends
Forgetting English (2008)
"Raymond's eye for telling detail is very fine, as one expects of an accomplished writer, but to this she adds the informing eye of a natural historian of place."