Cactus Tracks and Cowboy Philosophy: Commentary by NPR's Cowboy Poet and Former Large-Animal Veterinarian (Paperback)

Cactus Tracks and Cowboy Philosophy: Commentary by NPR's Cowboy Poet and Former Large-Animal Veterinarian By Baxter F. Black Cover Image

Cactus Tracks and Cowboy Philosophy: Commentary by NPR's Cowboy Poet and Former Large-Animal Veterinarian (Paperback)

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Described by The Washington Post as being able "to make a dead man sit up and laugh," Baxter Black—veterinarian/doctor turned poet/columnist/raconteur—has been making living people laugh with his novel (Hey Cowboy, Wanna Get Lucky?), syndicated columns, appearances on The Tonight Show, and regular pieces on National Public Radio. Now this complete illustrated collection of the commentaries that have aired on NPR's Morning Edition presents Black's latest dose of medicine for animal and human alike. Ranging from a riotous account of two cowboys chasing down a cow in the nude to a very touching piece about a rancher who loses his wife to cancer and finds out the true worth of his friends and neighbors, Cactus Tracks & Cowboy Philosophy brings together Black's best-known and most adored work.
Baxter Black is the author of eleven volumes of cowboy poetry and the bestselling novel Hey Cowboy, Wanna Get Lucky? He is a regular commentator on National Public Radio and writes a weekly column, "On the Edge of Common Sense," which appears in newspapers nationwide.
Product Details ISBN: 9780140276831
ISBN-10: 0140276831
Publisher: Penguin Books
Publication Date: October 1st, 1998
Pages: 288
Language: English