Author Archives: womenwritingthewest

New Release: SLOW ARROW: UNEARTHING THE FRAIL CHILDREN by Kathryn Winograd

In a new collection of essays titled Slow Arrow: Unearthing the Frail Children, WWW member Kathryn Winograd braids together the pressing environmental issues of today with the sacred and profane intersections of the human and the natural world. She explores … Continue reading

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The Peralta Adobe

Guest Blog Post by WWW Member Linda Ulleseit. Learn more about Linda by visiting her author website and pick up one of her books, too! San Jose is the oldest city settlement in California. It was founded in 1777 when … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASE: Mortal Music by WWW Member Ann Parker

San Francisco music-store owner Inez Stannert has a past that doesn’t bear close inspection, including running a saloon in the wide-open silver boomtown of Leadville, Colorado. But those times are gone, it’s now winter 1881, and her music store is … Continue reading

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What Happened at the FALLCON Trade Show & Conference?

By WWW Member Doris Baker Thanks to all WWW members who participated in the Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Association trade show in October. As you’ll recall, all WWWers were given the opportunity to have their books displayed at the … Continue reading

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San Antonio’s Briscoe Western Art Museum: As Reported by WWW Member Mary Trimble

While in San Antonio, Texas to attend the 2019 Women Writing the West conference, we toured the amazing Briscoe Western Art Museum. It was a tour to remember. The museum is housed in a renovated historical building, a 1930s structure … Continue reading

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New Release: LADY LAW AND THE TEXAS DERANGERS by WWW Member Xina Marie Uhl

Cowboys, Indians, and Outlaws. It may be 1892 but the Old West is still alive and kicking in the dusty west Texas town of Abalone. When a bad batch of coleslaw kills Texie Cortez’s father she takes over his old … Continue reading

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WWW Member Sarah Byrn Rickman Honored by Aviation Associations

Sarah Byrn Rickman, author of 9 books about the WASP — the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II — has been doubly honored. Rickman has been named the recipient of the 17th Annual Combs-Gates Award from the National … Continue reading

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