Fly Fishing People: Kim Barnes

Idaho-based novelist Kim Barnes, whose new novel A Country Called Home (Alfred A. Knopf, 271 pages) includes a main character who shirks family responsibilities to go fishing (a tragic hero?), talks about her idea of bliss: ‘I definitely have that impulse, and I spend almost the whole summer with my husband fly-fishing in a wilderness area on a river and living in a tent, and I’m never happier.”
Jenny Shank also offers this review on New West.
A Country Called Home on Amazon.

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