“In this beautifully observed book, Bryce Andrews takes us on a courageous and necessary journey toward reconciliation that is as visceral as it is transcendent. The West and its varied inhabitants come alive with every shining line and, when I was done, I found myself wishing for the world that Andrews and his family are daily working toward. This jewel of a book belongs on the shelf with our best Western writers - Norman MacLean, Pam Houston, and Annie Proulx.”
John Valiant on Holding Fire
Andrews’s wonderful Down from the Mountain is deeply informed by personal experience and made all the stronger by his compassion and measured thoughts . . . Welcome and impressive work.”
“This book will make you have deep thoughts about our relationships with the land, nature, and animals.”
Barry Lopez on
Down from the Mountain
Temple Grandin on Badluck Way
Bryce Andrews is the author of three books. When not writing, he raises cattle, grows raspberries, and plants native trees with his family in Montana.