New Books: Scott Sadil's Lost In Wyoming

Scott Sadil’s new collection features twelve stories that explore the human condition, as revealed by rivers and fishing. From “Chernobyl, Idaho,” about a father-son fly fishing trip, to “All Over the Map,” about personal escape and the connections between home and marriage, all of Sadil’s narratives manage to braid fly fishing into observations on the human heart. Sadil’s book, which comes out in July, has already received this endorsement from John Gierach: “When I read my first Scott Sadil story I decided he was the real thing. This collection confirms his status as a writer we should read.”
Sadil is the author of two previous books — the memoir Angling Baja and the novel Casting from the Edge — and he’s written for several fly fishing and outdoors magazines.

Lost in Wyoming: Stories
(Barclay Creek Press, July 2009, 208 pages) on Amazon.

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