Monday 26 June 2006

On 26 June I talked with Roberta (Bobbie) Conner, director of the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. She is the author of 'Our People Have Always Been Here', one of the essays in Lewis and Clark Through Indian Eyes (Knopf), edited by Alvin M Josephy Jr.

I then talked with Nevada City native Catharine Bramkamp about her new novel Woman on the Verge of Wyoming (AuthorHouse). She will be signing the book at 2 PM on Saturday 1 July at Booktown Books and Tomes, 107 Bank Street in Grass Valley. She has an interesting article on publishing on demand at

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posted by Eric Tomb and others 5:20 PM

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