Conversations with Texas Writers

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgment ix
  • Introduction- Texas Writing 1
  • Wendy Barker 6
  • Sarah Bird 12
  • Jay Brandon 18
  • Bobby Byrd 22
  • Lee Byrd 30
  • Viola Canales 36
  • Gary Cartwright 44
  • Paul Christensen 50
  • J. California Cooper 58
  • Elizabeth Crook 66
  • Angela de Hoyos 72
  • Mylène Dressler 80
  • Horton Foote 88
  • Kinky Friedman 94
  • Laura Furman 100
  • Dagoberto Gilb 108
  • William H. Goetzmann 118
  • John Graves 124
  • James L. Haley 132
  • Stephen Harrigan 140
  • Jim Hightower 146
  • Rolando Hinojosa-Smith 154
  • Edward Hirsch 162
  • Robert E. Howard 168
  • Molly Ivins 176
  • Mary Karr 184
  • Elmer Kelton 192
  • Joe R. Lansdale 202
  • David Lindsey 210
  • Arturo Longoria 216
  • Phillip Lopate 224
  • James Magnuson 230
  • Larry McMurtry 238
  • Pat Mora 248
  • Frances Nail 258
  • Naomi Shihab Nye 264
  • Karen Olsson—Texas Observer 272
  • Louis Sachar 278
  • Edwin "Bud" Shrake 284
  • Evan Smith—Texas Monthly 290
  • Bruce Sterling 296
  • Bruce Sterling 304
  • Lorenzo Thomas 310
  • Lori Aurelia Williams 318
  • Mary Willis Walker 326
  • Bill Wittliff 332
  • Bill Wright 340
  • Lawrence Wright 346
  • Sharon Wyse 354
  • Suzan Zeder 360
  • Project Notes 367
  • Author Biographies 369
  • Contributor Biographies 387
  • Bibilography of Author’s Works 393
  • Index 419
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