The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 107, July 2003 - April, 2004 Page: 410
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TEXAS HILL COUNTRY
ESSAY BY JOHN GRAVES
PHOTOGRAPHS BY WYMAN MEINZER
john Graves and Wyman Meinzer have proven themselves to be a winning
combination in their books on the Texas sky and on Texas rivers, and this
new volume is a worthy and logical addition to the franchise. In fact, of
their three collaborations, I like this one the best ... These two artists clearly
value the same things. They share a bone-deep appreciation of the landscape
and a deep commitment to craft, and their work in this splendid book is
-Stephen Harrigan, author of Gates of the Alamo,
A Natural State, Water andLight, and Comanche Midnight
75 colorphotos, 039.95 cloth
A hardcover reissue
THE HERB GARDEN COOKBOOK
THE COMPLETE GARDENING AND GOURMET GUIDE
BY LUCINDA HUTSON
'Lucinda Hutson's garden is something ofa legend in Austin. An invitation
from Lucinda, an authority on ethnic herbs and an accomplished cook, to
sample a new dish or specialpunch in herflamboyant setting is a guaranteed
fiesta. ... And her gusto for entertaining and cooking is exemplified in her
recipes [in] The Herb Garden Cookbook."
,34 color photos, $26.95 cloth
A revised and updated edition of
The Dirt Doctor's Guide to Organic Gardening
DEAR DIRT DOCTOR
QUESTIONS ANSWERED THE NATURAL WAY
Dearrm BY HOWARD GARRETT
Dirt Doc:tor Texas gardening expert Howard Garrett uses a question-and-answer
format to present a wealth of new information on organic gardening,
landscaping, pest control, and natural living. The book also incorpo-
rates valuable feedback and suggestions from gardeners who've
successfully used Howard's methods.
SURRENDER (BUT DON'T GIVE YOURSELF AWAY)
OLD CARS, FOUND HOPE, AND OTHER CHEAP TRICKS
BY SPIKE GILLESPIE
Surrender collects forty-six essays by Austin writer Spike Gillespie
which initially appeared in such publications as the Washington Post,
Austin Chronicle, Dallas Morning News, Bust, Gargoyle, and
thecommonspace.org. In the words of Molly Ivins, "If you can imagine
Anne Lamott as a working-class kid from Jersey with a penchant for
losers, you have an idea of Spike .... As a writer, what she brings to the
mountains of baggage in her life is not only humor but incurable
honesty.... She experiences it all wide open and then reports back."
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