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New York Times Reports on David Budbill’s Life and Legacy

He was a “beloved voice of the Vermont mountains with a rough-hewed personality and a gift for expressing the essence of the state and its people in burnished monosyllables.” Known for his poetry collections about the fictitious rural Vermont town, Judeville, and for his frequent contributions to NPR’s “All Things Considered” and “The Writer’s Almanac,” […]
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