Jerry Wilson

Jerry Wilson
Fiction, Non-Fiction, South Dakota Authors

Jerry Wilson lives with his poet wife, Norma, in a geo-solar home on 150 acres of Missouri River bluff near Vermillion. A retired literature teacher and managing editor of South Dakota Magazine, he spends his days reading; writing; restoring, managing and enjoying the native prairie and woods; and working for sustainability. Wilson's past work has encompassed historical fiction, short stories, environmental memoirs and a socio-historical travel book. In his new novel, Eden to Orizaba, two journeys intersect at an immigration checkpoint north of the U.S.-Mexico border.


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