Autostraddle: A Story of Women’s Land and the Midwestern Lesbians Who Loved It (and Each Other)

By Jeanna Kadlec

Hunter_Wild coverIt was immediately clear to me that Wild Mares wasn’t just a story of land. It was going to be about my land. From the streets Hunter names in the Twin Cities to her trips to Duluth to the rolling farm country of northwestern Wisconsin, I could picture it all perfectly. It was as if I had suddenly accessed a layer underneath the topsoil. I could feel the dirt underneath my fingernails.

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