Award-winning writer, assistant writing professor at Doña Ana Community College, and former journalist Gwendolyn Mintz joined Lynn Moorer to discuss her short story collection, Where I’ll Be If I’m Not There. Each of her moving seven stories displays her spare writing style that captures a series of poignant life and, sometimes, death experiences. Most feature both yearning and some sense of achievement.
Lynn Moorer talked with writer, Alabama native, business graduate, and children’s dance instructor R H Webster, who now lives in El Paso, about her science opera book, Lucky, set past the twenty-first century in the future. Her protagonist/heroine Cassandra “Lucky” Luckenbach is an anthropology graduate student who takes a crew job on the space ship Rosebud in a bid to return to Earth after being stuck on the planet San Pedro for three years. When strange things begin happening with the gravity plates on board the Rosebud, an interstellar conspiracy is revealed.