A collection of personal essays written between 1976 and 1983 for The Dallas Times Herald. They have a universality and a timelessness that makes them suitable for a much wider audience than the population of one urban area of Texas. What jumps out in these essays is not so much the actions within, so much as Bryan Woolley's reactions to these actions and events.
by Bryan Woolley
by Hope Comerford, David Murphy, Kate Rowinski, Alison DuBois Scutte, Bryan Woolley
by Monty Woolley, Martin Bell
by Bryan Frances
by Bryan Peterson
by Bryan Chick
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