David James Duncan is a renown fly fisherman, a practitioner of what he calls "direct, small-scale, compassion-activism," and the author of the novels The River Why and The Brothers K, the story collection River Teeth, and the nonfiction collections My Story as Told by Water, and God Laughs & Plays. He has spoken throughout the United States on rivers and wilderness, imaginative and spiritual freedom, the tragicomedy of the writing life, and the dire importance of the interior West's fast-vanishing wild salmon. He lives in Montana.
Location: SURC Theatre
Co-sponsored by the Museum of Culture and Environment