William Johnson is the author of three volumes of poetry—Dogwood, Out of the Ruins, which received the Idaho Book of the Year Award, and At the Wilderness Boundary. His poems are widely published in journals, among them Poetry, Mother Earth News, Poetry Northwest, and Texas Review. His long interest in Thoreau resulted in a critical study, "What Thoreau Said: ‘Walden’ and the Unsavable.” He is Professor Emeritus at Lewis-Clark State College and lives in Lewiston, Idaho.
Books by this Author
A River Without Banks
A River Without Banks chronicles one family’s journey to Idaho, with all of its uncertainties, promises, and hopes. The book explores their encounters with a...
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