Written by Bill McDonald
Stories which bring to life the early days of a prairie settler.
“[Dakota Incarnate] . . . forces us to question our assumptions about the stability and calm of life on the plains, while reaffirming its essential goodness. These stories are about loneliness and failed dreams, prejudice and mistaken patriotism, religious fervor and love, the paradoxes of heroism, and a way of life that fell victim to speed almost from the moment it began.”
–Kent Meyers, author of The Witness of Combines and The River Warren