Dave P. Fisher: A Resurgence in Outdoor Sporting Fiction?


One of the main ideas behind the Outdoor Sporting Library has been my desire to help resurrect the lost works of outdoor sporting fiction.  In “The Demise of American Sporting Fiction“, I wrote about how the Golden Age of such … Continue reading

In Fair Aroostook


Aroostook County has long been known throughout the Northeast for its wide open spaces, farming industry and, of course, as a destination for fish and wildlife enthusiasts. Known to many simply as “The County”, it’s always been an alluring place, … Continue reading

Haskell’s Klondike


The hunt for gold has fascinated man for centuries, and played a key role in the discovery of new land and settlement of mining boom towns throughout 17th and 18th century America. Prospectors scoured the country, making discoveries that often … Continue reading

Wilderness Warden


One of the great things about the Outdoor Sporting Library is the feedback from readers, including frequent suggestions of outdoor books I should write about. Recently a reader mentioned the book “Wilderness Warden”, written by Edward C. Janes in 1955. … Continue reading