Pam Houston is the prize-winning author of Contents May Have Shifted and the short story collection, Cowboys are my Weakness, among other books. She is professor of English at the University of California–Davis and lives on a ranch at 9,000 feet in Colorado … Continue reading
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In good hands with Sam Dunn, editor of Coast Magazine and author of one of my favorite memoirs, Faith in Carlos Gomez. Here’s the link link to the article in the September issue. I hope you enjoy it.
Here’s a flyer for a workshop I give now and then. Email me if you’re interested. Still a few spots left.
Thank you, Richard Polt, author of The Typewriter Revolution, for your wonderful book and inspiration. If you saw the documentary, California Typewriter, you’ve seen Richard and were introduced to the Typewriter Manifesto. The following was written using a Hermes 3000 … Continue reading
Debut novelists Yoojin Grace Wuertz, author of Everything Belongs to Us, and Julianne Pachico, author of The Lucky Ones, join Marrie Stone. Grace discusses the politics and culture of South Korea in the 1970s. Julianne talks about growing up in … Continue reading