Having Everything Right: Essays of Place

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Sasquatch Books, Jan 18, 2002 - Literary Collections - 191 pages
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This acclaimed book of personal essays about place, nature, and the Pacific Northwest won the 1986 Western States Book Awards Citation for Excellence and the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award. Having Everything Right speaks of Northwest characters like Tubby Beers and Gypsy Slim, and recalls places like Oregon, Montana, and a battlefield a few miles short of Wisdom. With affection and familiarity, author Kim Stafford explicates the terrain and celebrates a sense of home on earth.

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Kim Stafford currently directs the Northwest Writing Institute in Portland, Oregon.

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