Thomas McGuane | Interview by Thomas McGuane with Deborah Houy

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SOURCE: "Thomas McGuane Speaks," in Buzzworm, Vol. V, No. 1, January-February, 1993, pp. 32, 34-35.

In the following interview, McGuane discusses his ideas about and activism in environmentalist issues as well as the "green" movement, which he claims is "the first sort of quasi-religious movement which cuts across class and economic lines."

Thomas McGuane—great American novelist, rancher and fly-fisherman—was in Denver recently on a promotional tour for his new novel, Nothing But Blue Skies. McGuane is the author of eight novels, including The Sporting Club, Ninety-Two in the Shade and Keep the Change, as well as several screenplays (The Missouri Breaks, Tom Horn, Rancho Deluxe). Nothing But Blue Skies is set in near-millennial Montana, where members of the "granola underworld" and Wise Use fanatics are beginning to outnumber the cowboys and Indians. McGuane, who is on the board of the nonprofit conservation...

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