The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 107, July 2003 - April, 2004 Page: 614
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
to choose from so many outstanding personalities and still maintain some
diversity in the selection.
TSHA members Sylvia Ann Grider and Lou Halsell Rodenberger have
jointly edited this anthology of twenty-two Texas women's stories entitled
Let's Hear lt: Stories by Texas Women Writers, issued by Texas A&M University
Press ($40.00 in hardback and $19.95 in paper) as number sixteen in the
Tarleton State University Southwestern Studies in the Humanities, Tom
Pilkington, general editor. The stories-introduced and placed in histor-
ical and literary context by Grider and Rodenberger-weave a story of
their own: the story of women's writing in the Lone Star State, from 1865
to the present. Authors include Beverly Lowry, Carolyn Osborn, Annette
Sanford, Denise Chavez, Katherine Anne Porter, Judy Alter, Joyce Gibson
Roach, and fifteen others.
Gary Lavergne, director of admissions research at the University of
Texas at Austin is the author of A Sniper in the Tower: The Charles Whitman
Murders and Bad Boy from Rosebud: The Murderous Life of Kenneth Allen Mc-
Duff Now he has written Worse Than Death: The Dallas Nightclub Murders
and the Texas Multiple Murder Law (University of North Texas Press, hard-
back, $26.95). This notorious crime happened at Ianni's Restaurant in
Dallas, on June 29, 1984, and many people in Dallas still remember it to-
day. A Moroccan with a violent background gained entry into the United
States and gunned down seven people in a Dallas nightclub. He could not
be given the death penalty because he committed no additional crime
during the murders. He received life imprisonment, but the case
changed Texas law as lawmakers rushed to amend the Texas capital
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