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Discoveries: Short Stories of the San Juan Mountains, 1998, Western Reflections, Inc. Toward the Sun: The Collected Sports Stories of Kent Nelson, 1998, Breakaway Books. Land That Moves, Land That Stands Still, 2003, Viking Penguin
Discoveries: Short Stories of the San Juan Mountains, 1998, Western Reflections, Inc. Land That Moves, Land That Stands Still, 2003, Viking Penguin. Birds in the Hand: Fiction and Poetry about Birds, 2004, North Point Press. The Touching That Lasts: Stories, 2006, Johnson Books. Works by or about Kent Nelson in libraries (WorldCat catalog).
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Published works of Kent Nelson: Books. The Touching That Lasts, stories, Big Earth Publishing, October, 2006. Land That Moves, Land That Stands Still, a novel, 357 pages, Viking Penguin, July, 2003. Toward the Sun, stories, Breakaway Books, October, 1998. Discoveries, stories, 152 pages, Western Reflections, In. May, 1998.
His amulet, cloak and helmet are creations of the ancient Nabu who acts as his mentor and spiritual guide. He is a founding member of the Justice Society of America. Kent Nelson was the son of archaeologist Sven Nelson and, around the year 1920, the two of them were exploring the Valley of Ur in Mesopotamia when they discovered an underground pyramid.
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