Edward Massey was born with a love of the West, and it grew.
Raised in rural Utah, Edward is the product of his predecessors’ courage and grit. As a great-grandson of pioneers, his work explores the struggles people encounter in staying true to themselves and their ideals. He shines a light on the hard decisions made every day, the hardest of which is to keep going.
Years of study and, more importantly, hundreds of hours of conversation with friends and mentors (including Anne who qualifies on both counts, though some mentors don’t qualify as friends) have taught me and convinced me that if you must judge a week as good or bad, the only measure is how you use it.
The start of a long journey
Edward Massey introduces his new book, Telluride Promise, and answers questions about the themes that inspired him to write the book (2009).