Red Boots & Attitude: The Spirit of Texas Women Writers PDF
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Red Boots & Attitude: The Spirit Of Texas Women Writers

RED BOOTS & ATTITUDE speaks to every Texas woman. It echoes her spirit, her strength and her indomitable will. This unique collection, edited by Texas authors Diane Fanning and Susie Kelly Flatau, showcases the fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry of established and emerging Texas Women Writers. Featuring the creative non-fiction of Liz Carpenter (award-winning author of Starts With a Laugh) a...

Hardcover: 306 pages
Publisher: Eakin Pr; 1 edition (March 1, 2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1571686215
ISBN-13: 978-1571686213
Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 1.2 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 5686336
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“At first glance you might wonder why you would want to read works by JUST Texas women, but when you sample just one or two you will be drawn in by the spirit and talent of this eclectic group of women writers. Almost every genre is present with nonf...”

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