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Re: The High Sierra Library

Postby suncup » Mon Mar 09, 2015 9:06 pm

New to this board, and not sure how this works....

Kenneth Rexroth, In the Sierra: Mountain Writings (New Directions: 2012), Kim Stanley Robinson, ed.

Rexroth's Sierra prose and poetry, plus some interesting additional stuff.

What are the criteria for inclusion in this library list? Is there a list somewhere of what already is in your library? (I have quite a few Sierra books...)



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Re: The High Sierra Library

Postby markskor » Mon Mar 09, 2015 10:39 pm

suncup wrote:What are the criteria for inclusion in this library list? Is there a list somewhere of what already is in your library? (I have quite a few Sierra books...)

Very top (logo) - far right, it says "resources"...includes our HST library.
As to how to suggest/ include other books - Eric has the final say -
(but any book suggestions must be still in print and available from Amazon.)

BTW, Welcome.
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