The author of the wonderful novel Ordinary Wolves tells his own story of growing into adulthood while living off the land in the Alaskan wilderness. Illustrated with Kantner's own majestic photographs, Shopping For Porcupine documents his own childhood and raising his own children on the tundra. These essays are charming, harrowing and enlightening, and always generous.
Shopping for Porcupine, by Seth Kantner
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