William Least Heat-Moon, author of "PrairyErth (A Deep Map): An Epic History of the Tallgrass Prairie Country," ponders the changes and comfort he found while revisiting the Flint Hills in the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Chase County during the making of a documentary film Thursday, April 1, 2010.
William Least Heat-Moon, author of "PrairyErth (A Deep Map): An Epic History of the Tallgrass Prairie Country," ponders the changes and comfort he found while revisiting the Flint Hills in the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Chase County during the making of a documentary film Thursday, April 1, 2010. The Wichita Eagle
William Least Heat-Moon, author of "PrairyErth (A Deep Map): An Epic History of the Tallgrass Prairie Country," ponders the changes and comfort he found while revisiting the Flint Hills in the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Chase County during the making of a documentary film Thursday, April 1, 2010. The Wichita Eagle

Back to the Flint Hills: Writer returns for documentary film

April 04, 2010 12:00 AM

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