Contributor biographical information for Backcast : fatherhood, fly-fishing, and a river journey through the heart of Alaska / Lou Ureneck.
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LOU URENECK is an outdoorsman, professor and father. In his 20 years at the Portland (Maine) Press Herald, where he rose from reporter to editor, Lou crusaded to protect the state's environment against clear-cutting and commercial over-fishing. He was an editor-in-residence at the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University and page-one editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer. He is now chairman of the Department of Journalism at Boston University. His work has been published in The New York Times, Boston Globe and Field & Stream. He lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Ureneck, Lou -- Family.
Ureneck, Lou -- Travel -- Alaska.
Fathers and sons -- Case studies.
Divorced fathers -- Biography.
Divorced fathers -- Family relationships -- Case studies.
Fly fishing -- Alaska.
Alaska -- Description and travel.