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My New EP, At Last

Seven new songs! A long summer. I’m writing my 1,000 words a day, sometimes more, 1,250 ideally, and sometimes 1,500. That’s 4 pages, 5 pages, 6 pages, etc. Word count never changes, it’s the only yardstick for success this summer for me. Working like a mule! Ahhh, but it’s good. …

WRITING ON THE AIR

See you tonight at 6 PM with Martha Louise Hunter on 91.7 FM KOOP. The show is called Writing On the Air, and it’s all about books, what goes in them, who writes them, who reads them. The books are pulling into port and will be at Threadill’s Friday evening, …

custom made cowboy boots, Charlie Dunn, Eddie Wilson, Armadillo World Headquarters

Mythic Boots by Charlie Dunn

I don’t wear cowboy boots but I would buy these in a minute. I’m sure they’re not size 12 anyway but you might just want to keep them in a glass case. Don Hyde’s boots, made by Charlie Dunn. Here’s the story straight from Don Hyde, an historic Austin legend …

Eddie Wilson

About that piano…

Watch this space… I’m not yet done blogging about Eddie Wilson’s Armadillo World Headquarters & Threadgill’s Collection Auction. The auction is at Burley Auction Gallery in New Braunfels, Jan. 17. Details here. I’m enjoying this, hope you are, too.  Before we get started, I wanted to share something amusing. Be …