The Terrain of This Ambition

Cokinos, Christopher
September 2010
High Country News;9/13/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 16, p26
An essay is presented on becoming as accomplished as writers from Utah. The author states that he feels a strange commingling of anticipation, love, and fear for the richness in the literary topography of the state. The author notes that the land will drive the creation of a book which can capture readers in the state and resonate beyond.


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