June, 2014

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Hammock-worthy Reading

Author:  Mary Hotvedt I’ve rediscovered our hammock. Well, it’s been there every summer, a big beautiful gondola-thing given as a going-away present when we left Tucson, supposedly for our retirement. But most summers the hammock just sits there, collecting live oak leaves and twigs, while we rush around to part-timeRead the Rest…

How an East Coast Reader Came to Southwest Writers

AUTHOR:  SONNIE SUSSILLO Back in the DC-suburbs of Maryland, a frequent Friday night date with my husband was dinner and an hour at Borders Books. I explored the tables of new releases, both hardback and trade paperback, and lingered over the buy-two-get-one-free trades. I fondled covers and flipped pages. ReadRead the Rest…

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