February, 2015

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It’s Not Your Mother’s Library Anymore

AUTHOR: JEANNIE MILLER I can still feel my first library, located in the room off to the right as you entered Woman’s Club building in Safford, Arizona. Somewhat dark inside– especially when you first came in out of the bright sunshine, hardwood floors, a few free-standing stacks, and book-lined wallsRead the Rest…


Fear-Facing 101

AUTHOR:  BRUCE WILSON For the past ten months I’ve been writing every day; well, except for those few lost to holiday travel and the occasional ones when my writing consisted of twelve heavily labored-over words which ended up on my computer screen in no particular order. But it has beenRead the Rest…


History, Mystery and Myth

    AUTHOR:  SONNIE SUSSILLO I am drawn by three southwestern writers—Barry Lopez, Sharman Apt Russell, and Mary Sojourner–into thinking about the intersections of history, mystery and myth and what I understand and believe about the larger world. I recently finished digesting Barry Lopez’s Winter Count. He pushes the marginsRead the Rest…


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