- Publisher: Left Fork (Illinois Valley, Oregon)
- Total pages: 334
- ISBN: 978-1-945824-21-0
- Retail price: $18
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Editor & Contributor Photos
- Editor Ruth Rhodes visits the edge of Del Norte with two of her children (Photo by Lathrop Leonard)
- Editor Ruth Rhodes Headshot (Photo by Jenny Marsh Photography)
- Jermaine Brubaker at the Endert’s Beach Overlook (photo by Kyoko Apperson)
Full Editor Bio
Ruth Rhodes has lived in Del Norte County since 2003 and teaches English at the College of the Redwoods. She began writing about local culture through two long-running columns in The Triplicate. “The Localvore” focused on Del Norte foodways and “The Accidental Family,” written by her and other family members, chronicled their family’s expansion to include two teen-aged daughters coming out of the foster care system.
Ruth is the author and co-composer of the musical This is Crescent City, produced by Lighthouse Repertory Theatre in 2014, and is the writer of a forthcoming graphic novel: How Did We Get Here? which tells the fictional story of four young friends struggling to find their place in their community.
In 1998, BBC Radio’s show Short Story featured “Weaver Bird,” a tale Ruth penned while living and working in Kenya as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Her Alaska memoir about living and working in Denali National Park, included in Bona Fide Book’s 2015 anthology Permanent Vacation, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.