Philip L. Fradkin is the author of eleven highly praised books, including A River No More and The Great Earthquake and Firestorms of 1906. He was the first western editor of Audubon Magazine and shared a Pulitzer Prize as a journalist for the Los Angeles Times.
A journalist and author whose own works have focused on the American West, Fradkin here delivers an account of the region's key chronicler. With a six-city tour. Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.
"This is a splendid scholarly study of America's most important twentieth-century interpreter of the West." -- Malcolm Rohrbough The Annals Of Iowa "Illuminating... Goes beyond Stegner's iconic status to give us... the influential teacher and visionary conservationist." Entrada Institute "Fradkin is the perfect fit to study Stegner's career in the West... This is a fine [assessment]." -- Richard H. Dillon Old West/True West Magazine