Listening For Coyote

An American classic, this adventure memoir tells the story of a 1000-mile hike across Oregon's wilderness in 1985. Sullivan is held at gunpoint by a marijuana grower, poisons himself with mushrooms, and hikes 40 miles a day through Hells Canyon trying to outrun snowstorms. But he also encounters the spirit of the wilderness -- Coyote, the legendary trickster god.

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Words: 79,380
Language: English
ISBN: 9781939312013
About William Sullivan

The author of 3 novels and nearly a dozen nonfiction books, Sullivan earned an English degree at Cornell University, studied linguistics in Heidelberg,Germany, and completed a master's degree in German literature at the University of Oregon. His adventure memoir of a 1000-mile walk through Oregon's wilderness, "Listening for Coyote" was hailed as "an American classic" by Alison Lurie and chosen one of Oregon's 100 books. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.

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