Mirrors In The Cliffs

Mirrors In The Cliffs

Jim Perrin / Jan 18, 2020

Mirrors In The Cliffs Mirrors in the Cliffs is the second volume of mountaineering anthologies in The Games People Play series It includes dramatic climb accounts letters snippets poems essays critiques columns revi

  • Title: Mirrors In The Cliffs
  • Author: Jim Perrin
  • ISBN: 9781898573319
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mirrors in the Cliffs is the second volume of mountaineering anthologies in The Games People Play series It includes dramatic climb accounts, letters, snippets, poems, essays, critiques, columns, reviews and obituaries.

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    About "Jim Perrin"

      • Jim Perrin

        Jim Perrin is an English rock climber and travel writer.Perrin has lived in Wales since the age of 17 Before turning to writing, he worked in Cwm Pennant as a shepherd As a writer, he has made regular contributions to a number of newspapers and climbing magazines As a climber, he has developed new routes, as well as making solo ascents of a number of established routes.He has won the Boardman Tasker prize twice, first for Menlove 1985 , his biography of John Menlove Edwards, and again as a joint winner alongside Andy Cave s Learning to Breathe for The Villain 2005 , a biography of Don Whillans.For many years he has contributed mountaineering obituaries for The Guardian see, for example, the recent contribution on Brede Arkless He has six children by six different partners, one, Will, also a talented climber, took his own life aged 24.


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    1. A thoughtfully put together anthology of climbing stories. Covers rock, ice, crags, big walls and mountains (there's also a piece on the fine art of tree climbing). The book kicks off with the superbly written "Coast to Coast on the Granite Slasher" by Australian climber Greg Child.


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