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For over forty years, Bryan Woolley's work has been widely read in the pages of The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky), The Dallas Times Herald, and The Dallas Morning News. Woolley, who has also authored four novels and two books for children, is the recipient of numerous honors for his writing, including the PEN West Literary Journalism Award; three Stanley Walker Newspaper Journalism Awards and one O. Henry Magazine Journalism Award (from the Texas Institute of Letters); four Texas Headliner Journalism Awards; and the Spur Award for Best Historical Novel from the Western Writers of America. His latest book, The Wonderful Room: The Making of a Texas Newspaperman, is now available from Wings Press [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=ctqzkybab&et=1103708749844&s=4558&e=001TLZEj39l00RFmoSMXYThUzfry6MQ6yaw5IzyyG5C0_vXMvt2vyifq-mth5BLkxwSnGU6ZJ5sP45Tsac9q3fuLUUzY-M-lQjB4P9W6EBHkd0RjwTZMqF8Lw==]. Called "one of the state's best writers" and "the troubadour of Texas journeys, large and small" by Laura Furman, Woolley lives in Dallas with his wife, the poet Isabel Nathaniel. ================================================================================
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