The following is an interview with , conducted by Kay Bonetti for the American Audio Prose Library, March 1985, at the author's home on the McKenzie River in Oregon, where he lives in a farmhouse in a rain forest at the base of the Cascade Mountains with his wife Sandra, a bookwright, and his dog, Desert, who is featured in the epilogue to Of Wolves and Men, which won the John Burroughs Medal for distinguished natural history writing. His most recent book is a collection of essays, Crossing Open Ground (Charles Scribners). An Interview with / Kay Bonetti Interviewer: You Uved in southern California, in the country, until you were eleven and then moved to New York City. You were educated in Jesuit schools and went to Notre Dame. How has this particular combination of influences affected your work? Lopez: At least to me it's ver)' clear that my life is divided. I deeply enjoy the time that I spend with animals and being on rivers and just being at a great distance from the overpowering influence of human creations. And at the same time, I have a deep and abiding love for libraries and for books and
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 1988
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