Through Layered Limestone: an anthology

a Texas Hill Country Anthology of Place

It’s out & it’s wonderful! We had our launch reading this morning in Boerne, Texas on Main Plaza. Eleven contributors, family and friends where in attendance. It was cool and inviting under the tent by the gazebo. I hope you enjoy this little video (on FB) I put together of the performances. Be sure to turn the sound on the FB video on to hear the cool music that goes with the video…

I’m very pleased to have served as managing editor for this fine piece of history. If you’re a Facebook user, please do follow my artist/author page there for info about all that’s happening in my literary/artistic world & follow me here, for sure!

The book is a tribute to the pioneers who settled the Texas Hill Country, many of whom endured arduous journeys by ship across the ocean to Texas from Germany. Here is a cutting from the first poem in the book:

If you’re interested in owning or gifting a copy, here’s the link. Copies are $12 each. All proceeds benefit the Patrick Heath Public Library Archives. Thanks in advance for your support!

Also, watch for the new issue of fws: journal of literature & art “skin” issue, coming soon!

Big Love,

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11 comments

    • So….Hi. Feeling a bit remissssssss here but oh. no excuse except furiously working to post the forthcoming issue of fws “skin” and just haven’t been back here since Oct 6. wow. thanks for reblogging!

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  1. I accompanied contributor Judi Youngers to the launch this morning. a meeting of minds and voices, ideas and images of the Texas Hill Country. good writers, good readers. you need this book. Caren Richardson, listener

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