Category Archives: Pam Houston

The Thread: Down Girl

I’m on the ebook launch get together for Pam Houston’s memoir, Deep Creek, an occasion referred to as, “Truth I’d Dare” at Portland’s Revolution Corridor with Lidia Yuknavitch and Cheryl Strayed. The first half was like eavesdropping on three badass writers having a slumber get together, full with a spherical of “truth or dare,” wine, […]

Becoming Her Own Cowboy: Talking with with Pam Houston

If Cowboys Are My Weak spot was Pam Houston’s name to hundreds of thousands of girls—blasting us with self-recognition of how we give away our personal energy—then her new guide is the response to that decision. With Deep Creek: Discovering Hope within the Excessive Nation, Houston is right here once more to inform us how […]