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Author Profile: Edwina Romero

The writer's life

Q. What do you most want visitors to the show to know about you as a writer?
A. I continually check facts and writing mechanics, and experiment with a variety of ways of composing sentences. I love the revision process. I wanted “to be a writer” since high school and wrote throughout my life; first published four years after retiring.

Review

The Death of Bernadette Lefthand

The Death of Bernadette Lefthand A good story is made up of a collection of elements, the most powerful is that magical thing called voice. Who is speaking and what is the storyteller saying from the heart to engage the reader? In The Death…

Q&A: Author Ron Querry

The Death of Bernadette Lefthand

Discovering where things are going… Ron Querry should be an actor in a Western movie. He has the craggy good looks, air of romanticism and steely-eyed stare of a cowboy hero. He would scoff at such a description, but his tongue-in-cheek memoir tells a…

Painting With Brush Strokes & Words

Dwelling Place

New Mexico award winning artist, Linda Wooten-Green is a painter of Landscapes, Portraits, etc., with a contemporary abstracted point of view. Her work is in public and private collections throughout the United States. She received an MS in Art Education from Wayne State University…

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