Praise for Baxter Black
“He could make a dead man sit up and laugh.” —Washington Post Book World
“Humorist and poet of the ranch and the barnyard, Baxter Black has variously been dubbed a latter-day Will Rogers, the dean of cowboy bards, and the Art Buchwald of the Stetson-and-Levi’s crowd.” —The Christian Science Monitor
“Baxter Black is Mark Twain served up with a little Groucho Marx.” —The Weekly Standard
“If you like folksy and smart, earthy and sentimental, Black’s your man, and if you like cowboy poetry, no one does it better.” —Chicago Booklist
“Bax is a great writer . . . a voice from out there that needs to be heard.” —Bob Edwards, XM Public Radio
“He sees things nobody else sees. He has an imagination that is unparalleled.” —Associated Press
From the Hardcover edition.