William Least Heat-Moon

GUEST: William Least Heat-Moon *Author, Blue Highways, PrairyErth, and most recently, River Horse: A Voyage Across America (Houghton Mifflin, 1999) Before the days of giant interstate roads, waterways were integral to travel and commerce in America. William Least Heat-Moon spent over twenty years researching ways to cross the country using water routes, and he's managed to do just that, stepping onto land only twice on his journey. Join Melinda Penkava for a conversation with William Least Heat-Moon about crossing the United States by water.



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