Whether Ozark Mountain tall tales, narrative songs, Olympic Mountain parables, Native American myths or novel-length yarns, Mitch has a gift for the ancient art of storytelling.
To Kill a Common Loon
LOON asks, what if you accidentally shape-changed into your spirit animal and it was not a noble predator but a low-on-the-food chain prey? Add a human whodunit to the mix and you get an off-beat, juicy stew. LOON is that rarest of literary birds: a funny book with a vital message.
-- M.K. Wren, Oregon Author
The Man in The Loon
The e-book sequel to To Kill A Common Loon has landed! You know you want it...
Tall Tales and Blue Grass
Try to imagine if Garrison Keillor’s early influences were Ozarks and Pentecostal instead of Minnesota and Lutheran…