Contributor biographical information for Red summer : the danger, madness, and exaltation of salmon fishing in a remote Alaskan village / Bill Carter.

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Bill Carter is the author of Red Summer: The Danger, Madness, and Exaltation of salmon fishing in a remote Alaskan Village and Fools Rush In: A True Story of Love, War, and Redemption and the director of Miss Sarajevo, an award-winning documentary produced by Bono. He has written for Rolling Stone, Outside, Men's Journal and other publications on topics such as drug trafficking in Mexico, crime in Algiers, and trekking across Utah with no more than a cup, a knife, a compass, and extra pair of socks. He lives with his family in Southern Arizona. Visit his website at

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Fishers -- United States -- Biography.
Set net fisheries -- Alaska -- Bristol Bay.
Sockeye salmon fishing -- Alaska -- Bristol Bay.
Salmon fisheries -- Alaska -- Bristol Bay.
Eskimos -- Fishing -- Alaska.
Bristol Bay (Alaska)
Carter, Bill, -- 1966-