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Danger, Man Working: Writing from the Heart, the Gut, and the Poison Ivy Patch

Danger, Man Working: Writing from the Heart, the Gut, and the Poison Ivy Patch
Danger, Man Working: Writing from the Heart, the Gut, and the Poison Ivy Patch
Paperback: $18.95
288 pages, 5 ½ x 8 ½
ISBN: 9780870208409

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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By Michael Perry

New York Times Bestselling author Michael Perry returns with what he humbly refers to as "a shovel full” of introspective and reflective essays on everything from musky fishing, puking and mountain-climbing Iraq War veterans to the frozen head of Ted Williams. With wit, introspection and insight, Perry delivers a wide range of subjects, from musky fishing, puking, and mountain climbing Iraq War veterans to the frozen head of Ted Williams. The book includes many of the most memorable essays Perry has written for national publications—from Men’s Health to Backpacker—and features some of his favorite assignment when he was asked to turn his lens outward to tell "the story of another.”


Michael Perry is a newspaper columnist and the author of numerous books including "Population:485" and Society Press's Roughneck Grace and From the Top, as well as the New York Times bestseller "Visiting Tom." His live humor recordings include "Never Stand Behind a Sneezing Cow" and "The Clodhopper Monologues." He lives in rural Wisconsin with his wife and daughters and is privileged to serve as a first responder with the local fire department.