Writers

Three Hours to Burn a Body, Poems by Suzanne Roberts

June 10, 2016
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The poems of Suzanne Roberts’ Three Hours to Burn a Body: Poems on Travel range widely over the earth, yet they are as intimate in their touch as the body […]

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“Edge” by the LT Writing Club

June 4, 2016
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They’ve made a big splash with Volume II. Edge by The Lake Tahoe Writing Club. A collection of short stories, essays and poems by South Shore writers and a few […]

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Tahoe beneath the Surface by Scott Lankford

May 30, 2016
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Lake Tahoe transformed America, and not just once but many times over from the earliest Ice Age civilizations, to the mysterious death of Marilyn Monroe. It helped in the American […]

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Medicinal Plants of the Sierra Nevada with Kim Chatfield

May 29, 2016
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Ever think of the Sierra as a medicine cabinet? In fact, the surrounding Lake Tahoe mountains are chock-full of surprisingly healthful plants and flowers. Join Medical Botanist and Doctor of […]

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“Between Heaven and a Hard Place” by Dr. Stew

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He’s known by many as Dr. Love. He walks the talk and brings light into everything he does and every interaction. […]

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Life in the Slipstream by Andrew Homan

May 7, 2016
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“A fantastic look at one of American cycling’s Golden Age greats. A fast-paced read full of harrowing detail of a life lived on the edge. Definitely a book that will […]

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Childrens book affirms parents’ love by Kate D. Moore

April 30, 2016
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In an effort to help her own three small children cope with change, South Shore preschool teacher, Kate D. Moore, recently published a book to assist other families. […]

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Steinbeck at Tahoe and Other Tales Beneath the Surface

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John Steinbeck dropped out of Stanford to write his first novel, Cup of Gold – a swashbuckling Caribbean pirate romance which he completed at Tahoe’s Cascade Lake just prior to […]

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Lake Tahoe Gardens by Sharon Gay

April 29, 2016
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Sharon Gay, local author, photojournalist, garden designer, and award-winning gardener, lives on Lake Tahoe’s stunning East Shore in Nevada. To share her passion – gardening and Lake Tahoe – Sharon […]

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SAVING LAKE TAHOE by Mike Makley

April 12, 2016
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The history of Lake Tahoe begins with the Washoe Indians who resided on its shores for thousands of years, with minimal impact on the landscape. The relatively brief American history […]

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Poems by Suzanne Roberts

March 14, 2016
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Nothing to You. An arresting collection of poems by Suzanne Roberts from South Shore. […]

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Fibs, Fakes and Falsehoods: Mistaken Tahoe

March 12, 2016
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Local author and speaker David Antonucci present Fibs, Fakes and Falsehoods: Mistaken Tahoe. […]

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