Learn and Explore the Literature of the Horse
Horse stories reach far beyond childhood classics like Black Beauty, National Velvet, and Misty of Chincoteague. Literary greats liked John Steinbeck, Beryl Markham, and Jane Smiley added to the equine literary canon, true, but newer writers are blazing the equine literary trail.
Memoirists like Anna Blake and Susan Richards write with heart about how horses chose and shaped their lives. Rupert Isaacson's moving writing carries readers on a journey to Mongolia in his search for an equine therapy for his autistic son. Poets, fiction writers, memoirists, and storytellers have all found inspiration in the Horse.
Learn more about the equine literature courses I facilitate at the Santa Fe Community College by clicking here, and join me to chart your own equine literary trail!