A collection of poems, some old, some new, from Sue Wallis with a few of her scattered photographs. Sue Wallis hails from a ranching and rodeoing family in northeastern Wyoming. She is involved in the horse business, and serves as a Wyoming state legislator. As a writer and a poet, Sue aims for the heart, the bare essence of what it means to be alive. She considers herself just another woman making her way in the horseback ranching culture of the West.
Sue Wallis is a rancher, a writer, and a legislator from a multi-generational ranching and rodeoing family in NE Wyoming. Sue lost her beloved husband of twenty years, Rod McQueary, last December. Between them they had seven kids--four of his, and three of hers--all grown and gone and scattered all over the West, all doing great, some getting married, some having babies of their own, the usual things in a big, sprawling family. These days Sue is running with a tall, good-looking horse trader, and loving every minute of it.