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Monday, January 04, 2010

Literary San Antonio - Website by Paul McQuien and Kim G. Hochmeister

Alamo, Mission San Jose, and Oscar WildeAlamo, Mission San Jose, and Oscar Wilde
McQuien and Hochmeister have concocted an attrative and informative set of pages on their San Antonio College website, worthy of your visit and use.  The contents include
The Local Authors Links include

San Antonio Authors: The following links feature additional literary authors who have (or had) a connection
with San Antonio through their subject matter and/or their residence:

Wouldn't it be nice if some attention were paid to selected 
1.  Bexar County enties in the Texas Historical Commission's marker atlas at and selected entries from
2.  TSHA's Handbook of Texas Online at
3.  and, well, to push the envelope a bit, how about some links to the San Antonio Public Library's relevant lists, and, well, to go further, how about
4.  Some links to old titles about the town that are now full-text online, as from Google and Gutenberg.
5. And then links to creative writing programs in the area
Hmmm, smells like my breakfast taco cookings are ready, I need to go and toss my corn tortillas on the burners for a few seconds and add a little leche to my coffee.

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