Jim Harrison Jim Harrison adds "memoirist" to his lengthy resume with his most recent book Off to the Side. Guest host Jacki Lyden speaks with the prolific writer of poems, novels and screenplays about growing up in the Upper Midwest, and the perception that he's a "manly" man. (Off to the Side: A Memoir is published by Atlantic Monthly Press; ISBN: 0871138603.)

Jim Harrison

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Jim Harrison adds "memoirist" to his lengthy resume with his most recent book Off to the Side. Guest host Jacki Lyden speaks with the prolific writer of poems, novels and screenplays about growing up in the Upper Midwest, and the perception that he's a "manly" man. (Off to the Side: A Memoir is published by Atlantic Monthly Press; ISBN: 0871138603.)