Author - William Kloefkorn
Published books: Still Life Moving
William Kloefkorn has published more than twenty collections of poetry, among them Alvin Turner As Farmer, Drinking the Tin Cup Dry and Sergeant Patrick Grass, Chief Carpenter: On the Trail with Lewis and Clark. His work has appeared in many periodicals, including Prarie Schooner, Harper's, North American Review and Georgia Review. Three memoirs were published by the University of Nebraska Press: This Death by Drowning, Restoring the Burnt Child and At Home on this Moveable Earth. he is an Emeritus Professor of English at the Nebraska Wesleyan in Lincoln and serves as the first and continuing Nebraska State Poet. Carlos Frey, born in Oklahoma and raised in Kansas, lives now and does his painting in Wayne, Nebraska. Though his academic training was in sculpture, his passion for the past forty years has been in painting, his favorite medium being pastel. He has studied with a number of prominent artists, including Harley Brown and Frank Webb, and his work has earned him a variety of awards. The paintings in this book derive from a series of photographs he took while attending ceremonies and celebrations conducted by Native Americans in Nebraska.