Richard Hugo “We are called human” — Summer 2008



“Richard Hugo: We are called Human” features 4 poems and several letters (including a facsimile) written by Hugo, along with 5 essays on his work. A short story, Alexandre Mas’ “The Color of Darkness”; essays by Anne Goldman and Mark Halliday; poems by Alice Friman, Margaret Gibson, Richard Jackson, Robert Wrigley, and others; and reviews by Kathleen Snodgrass and Greg Johnson. Marco Polo becomes a contemporary tourist through the paintings of Nora Sturges.