“…fresh voice with its quirky wisdom…”

“I loved Joseph Sutton’s Highway Sailor. especially his fresh voice with its quirky wisdom and poetic imagery: ‘A man, when he’s sailing along the highways of America, notices little things. He notices how strong the spring winds of Georgia are as he passes a dead raven in the middle of the highway, its long black wings fluttering as if it were about to take off again.'” —Delia Moon, publisher of Petaluma River Press

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