“Tom Outland’s Story” is a stunning piece of writing about the West and of historical fiction. Don’t miss out — read it this month for The Willa Cather Short Story Project and enjoy some armchair travel to the Southwest and time travel to the late 19th-century.
Last month we kicked off the Willa Cather Short Story Project with “Flavia and Her Artists.” That story was the first in Cather’s 1905 short story collection, The Troll Garden, her first published book of prose. This month we’ll… Read More ›
Today is my nine-year anniversary blogging here at WildmooBooks and I’m excited to announce a new reading challenge, The Willa Cather Short Story Project! Beginning in February, I’m embarking on an adventure to read all of Cather’s short stories, one… Read More ›
A fall nip is finally in the air and the leaves are starting to change here in Connecticut. I love reading spooky stories in the fall (who doesn’t??) and was eagerly anticipating the release of Tricks and Treats, which was… Read More ›
Kissing the Witch: Old Tales in New SkinsEmma DonoghueJoanna Cotler Books/HarperCollins, 1997ISBN: 0-06-440772-1Source: Library (inter-library loan from Grande Prairie Public Library) Kissing the Witch is the third book that I’ve read by Donoghue in the last 12 months. In January… Read More ›