Contributor biographical information for Roads to Quoz : an American mosey / William Least Heat-Moon.


Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog


Biographical text provided by the publisher (may be incomplete or contain other coding). The Library of Congress makes no claims as to the accuracy of the information provided, and will not maintain or otherwise edit/update the information supplied by the publisher.


Counter
110256 03 02 0316110256 03 9780316110259 15 9780316110259 14 09780316110259 01 BB <b202>01</b202> <b203>Roads to Quoz</b203> <b029>An American Mosey</b029> A01 Heat-Moon, William Least 01 eng 480 00 12 maps; 20 b/w illustrations/photos TRV025000 10 BIO026000 01 01 About a quarter century ago, a previously unknown writer named William Least Heat-Moon wrote a book called Blue Highways. Acclaimed as a classic, it was a travel book like no other. Quirky, discursive, endlessly curious, Heat-Moon had embarked on an American journey off the beaten path. Sticking to the small places via the small roads--those colored blue on maps--he uncovered a nation deep in character, story, and charm.
Now, for the first time since Blue Highways, Heat-Moon is back on the backroads. ROADS TO QUOZ is his lyrical, funny, and touching account of a series of American journeys into small-town America.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
United States -- Description and travel -- Anecdotes.
Heat Moon, William Least -- Travel -- United States -- Anecdotes.