Jeff Baker in the Oregonian writes of Kim Stafford and his memoir 100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do: "Kim is sitting in a downtown coffee shop on a rainy autumn day. He's 63, ruddy and healthy, wide open to the world. On the table in front of him is a copy of his new book. A dozen others have come before it, collections of poems and essays, reflections on writing, a bravely honest biography of his father. This one is different." Read more.
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