Art Dirt: Talking with Writer Lauren Shults

by Glasstire June 18, 2023
A photographic portrait of a white, red-haired woman.

Lauren Shults

William Sarradet talks with Lauren Shults, who is a Glasstire contributor and a reporter at the Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post, about writing, art, and what it’s like to live in a smaller, Hill Country town.

“In smaller Texas towns, the social fabric is a little more tenured; people know each other — there’s a history that’s not getting wiped away with every generation.”

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Jim Malone June 26, 2023 - 16:13

Someone please write something about “Breaking the Code”. Film by Michael Flanagan
Bio-doc of Vernon Fisher Contact Michael for showings


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