Victoria Pann has organized, led, and cooked for wilderness canoe trips to Washington, Oregon, Montana, British Columbia, Alaska, Minnesota and the Adirondacks. She’s a historical reenactor at a Hudson’s Bay Co. living history site, Fort Nisqually. She and her brother have backpacked throughout the west, and she cooks aboard the Odyssey, a 90 foot sail training vessel that sails in Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands. Victoria has a degree in history from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and a Masters in Education from the University of Hawaii. A former school librarian, she is a member of Pacific Northwest Writers Association and Women Writing the West.
Only the Mountains
by Victoria Pann
Year 2546--When her airship crashes over dangerous middle New America, Kayta is captured by fearsome Wrocks, and she is propelled into the grandeur and unforgiving harshness of the wilderness, into a lifestyle moored by the particulars of a hunter-gatherer existence, where she finds sacrifice, humor, monumental grief, and the victories of hard-won love.
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