Tomorrow, Wednesday March 22, TJ Holmes and I will appear at Out West Books in Grand Junction to talk mustangs and Desert Chrome.
Earlier in the month Kase Johnstun and Brandon Long released a podcast in which Kase and I talk about writing and wild horses and, well, you can listen to it here:
And I learned that Desert Chrome was shortlisted for a Sarton Award!
From Torrey House Press:
Desert Chrome: Water, a Woman, and Wild Horses in the West was recently shortlisted for Story Circle’s Women’s Book Awards 2022 Sarton Award for Memoir. Congratulations, Kathryn Wilder!
Full shortlist for Story Circle’s Women’s Book Awards 2022: https://www.storycircle.org/…/story-circle-womens…/…
Sarton memoirs, novels, and nonfiction books are distinguished by the compelling ways they honor the lives of women and are limited to books published by independent authors and publishers. The Women’s Book Awards are sponsored by the Story Circle Network, an international nonprofit association of women writers.
We are thrilled about this news! You can order a copy of Desert Chrome through our website here: http://ow.ly/9tCF50NjwZ0
I’m looking forward to the (short–only to Grand Junction) road trip tomorrow with TJ, to meeting the crew at Out West Books, and to being interviewed Thursday morning by Laurel Cole of the Women’s National Book Association.
Be safe. Good for you both!