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Book Review: Fly Fishin' Fool

May 20, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

A famous novelist once told me, “Don’t read any authors who use their middle initial.” He gave this advice — advice I’ve otherwise found to be absurdly accurate — before James R. Babb published his first book. If he offered it now I might hear it as though hearing an old friend say: “Don’t bother to go fish in Turkey Basin. Nothing there. Nothing at all.”
You can read MidCurrent‘s review of Babb’s most recently released book, Fly Fishin’ Fool, here.