Tag Archives: Writers
Dr. Stephen R. Keister, 1921-2012.Dr. Stephen R. Keister, 1921-2012:Bon Voyage, Doctor Keister By Thorne Webb Dreyer and Sarito Carol Neiman / The Rag Blog / April 12, 2012 It seems the cancer always wins! Tomorrow I go to the Manchester … finish reading Thorne Webb Dreyer and Sarito Carol Neiman : Bon Voyage, Doctor Keister
Welcoming Arizona rattlesnake: “Cowboys amble” — and, well, “snakes slither.”Moving West, writing East:The life of a writer in the Southwestof the 1960s and ’70sBy Tom Miller | The Rag Blog | April 12, 2012 I moved west to escape the … finish reading Tom Miller : Moving West, Writing East
“The Texican.” Painting © Mike Aston /mikeastonart.com .Artaud and Arizona:Tempest at Texas Observer’s writers’ fest By Dick J. Reavis / The Rag Blog / May 5, 2010 This weekend a startling email come to my inbox and to those of … finish reading Dick J. Reavis : Something Missing at Texas Writers’ Festival?
Image from the San Antonio Current.Human mother beasts:Tales from the young soulsIn San Antonio’s Southton By Gregg Barrios / The Rag Blog / March 2, 2010 “Rid the streets of the poet / to whom the doors are locked.” There … finish reading Gregg Barrios: Human Mother Beasts : Tales from Young Souls
Natalie Goldberg and Bookwoman’s Susan Post. Photo: Alice Embree.Natalie Goldberg Visits AustinBy Alice Embree / The Rag Blog / April 5, 2009 Natalie Goldberg was in Austin on April Fools’ Day promoting her book, Old Friend from Far Away, The … finish reading Author of ‘Writing Down the Bones’ Visits Austin
Both lived long, productive, exciting lives and went out celebrated by their peers and countless fans; none of us could reasonably ask for more than they wrung out of life. By Chris Thompson / December 26, 2008 See ‘Remembering Nobel … finish reading Harold Pinter and Eartha Kitt : Artists and Rebels