Western Pennsylvania Reflections
Stories from the Alleghenies to Lake Erie
From the busy streets of Pittsburgh, to the sandy beaches of Lake Erie, to the rolling hills of the Alleghenies, the landscape of Western Pennsylvania shapes its residents in unforgettable ways. With this locally colored collection of vignettes, readers will be recalled to summers on Presque Isle, Thanksgiving in Paradise and the thrill of a Steelers touchdown. Sixteen of the state's finest nonfiction writers reminisce about their distinct ties to the region, sharing their experiences of brickyards and steel mills, hunting and skating, farms and cities. Pennsylvanian charm touches the bumpiest of roads, makes "antique" a verb and colors historic church windows in this new keystone for the commonwealth. Edited by Colleen Lutz Clemens and Rebecca Helm Beardsall.
Softcover, 128 pages.