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Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, Associated with gullible homesteaders in the first two decades of the twentieth century, it gained currency—a dose of derision mixed with a tincture of grudging respect—in J. As such, it represents a strong contribution to the twentieth-century literary history of the Northern Rockies.
Though he spent his graduate-school years in New York City and his career in Fort Collins, Colorado, Mogen has never really left his native state, his annual fly-fishing trips a necessary return to his first and primary geography. He examines their lives in the process of more fully understanding his own identity.
He relives memories of his youthful self as a trumpet player, basketball player, explorer, and bookworm. Mogen deftly revisits the geographies of his past, resulting in an eloquent testimony to the grit and aspirations of his parents and his own talent as a lyrical chronicler.