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Richard Hugo at the Paris Review blog May 15, 2012: At the Paris Review Daily, Alice Bolin has a fabulous profile of Richard Hugo and... graves. And it makes a lot of sense if you think about it. Bolin begins by describing Hugo's remarkable ability to write about and memorialize landmarks in Montana: It is an indisputable fact that the memory of poet Richard Hugo haunts Missoula, [...] by

I’m a Townie: Our Books as Places April 14, 2011: “Though you've never seen it before, it must be a town you've lived in all your life.” — Richard Hugo, The Triggering Town In an earlier post, Kathleen Rooney asks for a better metaphor for what our books become to us after they are written. I like that she emphatically denies that they are anything like, “our kids.” I admit, I’ve [...] by