A Man made of Words


N. Scott Momaday is 87 now, but his deep resonant voice reading poems and prose is part of the American landscape, archived in the collections of western colleges.

His story about Billy the Kid is lighthearted, as is his composing epitaph poems while swimming laps in his pool. The last story is sobering, but part of history. For equine lovers, skip that one.

A boy who in his pre teen years dreamed of saving damsels in distress from wagon trains is now an american treasure.

Jemez Pueblo farming fields, New Mexico


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