Out Home hardcover w/jacket
JOHN MADSON - OUT HOME - Edited by Michael McIntosh - This book is one of Michaels first major literary endeavors. John Madson was a close friend and mentor of Michaels and the following words are Michaels, briefly describing who John Madson was: “There are those who can exist - even thrive - in the hurly burly cities and other populated areas. There are others whom cities are places to visit - often reluctantly - and whom don’t seem to come truly alive until they’re out where civilization stops and the wilderness begins. Such a man is John Madson, for whom fields and forests, uplands and woodlots, swamps and rivers are truly Out Home…” Michael McIntosh. If you have not had the opportunity to enjoy the fine writings of John Madson, this is a fine time to acquire one of the copies of this book in Michael’s book collection. The estate has 93 first edition, hard-bound copies. Published by Winchester Press, New York, N.Y. 1979. 206 pages.
Each book sold separately.