My West: Personal Writings On the American West
By Patricia Nell Warren
Watch Patricia Nell Warren discuss My West at the Autry National Center
- Featured in “Out West at The Autry” event, June 26
- Featured at Montana Pride and Bozeman Public Library event, June 18
- Pre-publication orders can be placed here…or at Amazon.com
- Upcoming events in other U.S. cities to be announced
Few of her readers know that Warren hails from an illustrious ranching dynasty and grew up on the Grant-Kohrs Ranch in Montana, now a national historic site. So, in addition to writing eight successful novels, she has spent the last half century carving out a body of short literary works that explore and celebrate her beloved native West. Her numerous articles, commentaries, editorials, blogs, investigative reports, and historical essays have appeared worldwide from The Reader’s Digest and Out Magazine to Huffington Post and the Hot Springs Little Baldy Press. In this compelling and compact compendium, she collects 47 of her favorites on everything from Agriculture to Zest, by way of cooking, ethnicity, history, politics, sexuality and other subjects.
In the book’s foreword, fellow author, filmmaker, and fellow Westerner, Gregory Hinton, declares of this unique anthology: “Patricia’s deeply evocative stories will quickly transport even the most dug-in urban reader to the heartland that is the American West.”
Patricia Nell Warren – My West at the Autry National Center
Part 1: https://youtu.be/Jb1t4uG6Db4
Part 2: https://youtu.be/iYp2-QMkd9Y
Spanish Translations Available
Wildcat Press is pleased to announce the Spanish language translations of five best-selling books by Patricia Nell Warren:
- EL CORREDOR DE FONDO (The Front Runner)
- LA CARRERA DE HARLAN (Harlan’s Race)
- EL HIJO DE BILLY (Billy’s Boy)
- EL HOMBRE BRAVO (The Wild Man)
- EL VESTUARIO DE COLOR ROSA (The Lavender Locker Room)
These beautifully translated books are available to our Spanish-speaking readers for $24.95.
El Sacerdote, the Spanish translation of The Fancy Dancer by Patricia Nell Warren.