Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Some forty years after Hugo visited the towns he wrote about, Frances McCue set out to discover those towns for herself. She made many trips, sometimes alone and sometimes with her husband, daughter, or dog. And finally, with photographer Mary Randlett, whose images appear in the book.
Hear what McCue has to say about why she became obsessed with Richard Hugo's poetry and the places he wrote about.
Listen to Chérie Newman's conversation with McCue on The Write Question: Thursday, June 3, at 6:30 (Yellowstone Public Radio) or 7:30 (Montana Public Radio). Or online anytime.
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