This week on Texas Scribes Dr. John Hanners, Professor Emeritus of Theatre at Texas A&M University-Commerce, reads two short essays he penned for the Texas Theatre Journal. The first essay is 'Play It Again Sam; Tyler, Texas' Arthur Dooley Wilson.' The second is 'John Boles: Texas' Forgotten Actor'.
This week on Texas Scribes Jan Hilton reads 'A Woman of Independent Means' by Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey. The book 'A Woman of Independent Means' tells the fictionalized story of the Walcott family of Honey Grove. Mrs. Hailey is a descendent of the Walcotts.
This week on Texas Scribes Dr. John Hanners, Professor Emeritus of Theatre at Texas A&M University-Commerce, reads an essay he wrote for the Texas Theatre Journal. It's called 'Dan Blocker: DeKalb's All-American Actor'.
This week on Texas Scribes Jenny Wingfield reads her book, 'The Homecoming of Samuel Lake'. She lives in Texas, and her screenplay credits include 'The Man in the Moon' and 'The Outsider'. 'The Homecoming of Samuel Lake' is her first novel.
This week Sherri Gardner reads eight poems by Tom Geddie; a poet, music journalist, essayist, and creative writing teacher who lives and writes in Van Zandt County. Poems include 'The Door is a Jar', 'Once the Sun Goes Down', 'A Blood-Red Rose Stood out Boldy', and 'She Lived Her Life'.
This week on Texas Scribes Sherri Gardner reads from Alone at the End of the Row, prose poetry by Carol Rose Allen. Poems read include 'Granny', 'Grandaddy', 'Glimpse of a Father', and 'Under the Tree'.