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Friday April 10, 2015
Time: 5:30 pm
Little Toad Brewery and Distillery, 200 N. Bullard Street, Silver City NM


Join writers Philip Connors and M. John Fayhee at Little Toad Brewery and Distillery as they read from their works in celebration of the Continental Divide Trail and other Southwest Trails.

Phil is scheduled to take the stage at 5:30pm . He will read several of the Divide Trail-oriented pages from his book award winning memoir, Fire Season, and John will talk more generally about the Divide Trail and likely read from one or more of his books.

Both Connors and Fayhee are award winning journalists and book authors. Their respective websites are and

This event should be, as they say, “ a hoot!”

Both authors will be presenters at the 2015 Southwest Festival of the Written Word, which happens Fri October 2-Sun October 4, 2015. For more information the Festival, visit .

The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Southwest Word Fiesta™ or its steering committee.

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