“A memoir of literary and historical quality that well deserves this new edition.”
—Pulitzer Prize author
Many readers and reviewers consider Babb’s Dust Bowl novel better than The Grapes of Wrath
—more realistic, passionate, and insightful.
A gripping autobiographical novel of a professional gambler and his family set on the High Plains in the 1930s.
"This is a really exciting book . . . Some of the pictures alone are worth the price."--Lawrence Rodgers
"Babb can sing, and convince us, at least for a while, that to touch bottom is to find hope."--Small Press Magazine
A collection of poems by this "lyric poet of great sensitivity."