The Lost Roads Project.
A Walk-in Book of Arkansas.

Photographs by Deborah Luster. Text by C.D. Wright.
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1994. 94 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 8½x9½".

The Lost Roads Project is a rich and enchanting book of words and images which portrays the true spirit of Arkansas. C.D. Wright has collected texts by such Arkansas natives as Maya Angelou, Son Seals, James Whitehead, and Sonny Boy Williamson into a compendium with photographs by Deborah Luster. The result is a distinctive voice of an artistic heritage which has long gone unrecognized. A striking cultural study.

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