Danger, Man Working: Writing from the Heart, the Gut, and the Poison Ivy Patch is a book by New York Times best-selling author Michael Perry. The pieces gathered within this book draw on fifteen years of what the author calls shovel time - a writer going to work as the work is offered. Subjects for his assignments range from musky fishing, mountain climbing, Iraq War veterans to the frozen head of Ted Williams. He notes that his greatest privilege "lies in being trusted to tell the story of another."
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Author: Michael Perry
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Michael Perry is a New York Times best-selling author and humorist. His Roughneck Grace column is featured in the Sunday Wisconsin State Journal. He lives in rural Wisconsin with his wife and daughters and is privileged to serve as a first responder with the local fire department.