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by Crescent Dragonwagon
without rain, there would be no rainbows. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. this novel may never win a literary award, but it helped save my life. i was 14 when i came across this personal & engaging story and i had already been in a psychiatric hosptial once myself
without rain, there would be no rainbows. i was 14 when i came across this personal & engaging story and i had already been in a psychiatric hosptial once myself. finally, i found a character i could truly relate with. someone who was neither perfect nor completely screwed up. she seemed to be a "normal" teenager with.
The Year It Rained - Crescent Dragonwagon. Chapter One: In Transit.
A rainy day, hot pot of tea and a stack of beloved cookbooks are magic for m.
A rainy day, hot pot of tea and a stack of beloved cookbooks are magic for me. I was introduced to the writings of Crescent Dragonwagon from a friend. Crescent Dragonwagon is the author of the James Beard Award-winning Passionate Vegetarian, The Cornbread Gospels, Dairy Hollow House Soup & Bread Cookbook, several children’s books, and two novels. Cornbread Gospels and Bean by Bean are two books full of wonderful recipes, information about (respectively and separately cornbread and beans) as well as personal anecdotes, history, science, culture, poetry, prose, prayers and a little bit of everything.
1977: Crescent, 25, with Ned Shank, 23. The two had a passionate, engaged marriage until Ned’s death in 2000. Born in New York, Crescent spent the majority of her life in the South, in the Ozark Mountain resort town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. There, for eighteen years, she ran an acclaimed country inn and restaurant called Dairy Hollow House with her late husband, the writer/historic preservationist Ned Shank.
Find out more about The Year It Rained by Crescent Dragonwagon at Simon & Schuster. Crescent Dragonwagon's books for children include Half a Moon and One Whole Star and Home Place. She's also the author of several novels, a book of poetry, and cookbooks, such as Passionate Vegetarian. With her late husband Ned Shank, she is the cofounder of the Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. That's where she lives, and it can be rainy or sunny there - sometimes both in one day.
She teaches writing Crescent Dragonwagon is the daughter of the writers Charlotte Zolotow and the late Hollywood biographer Maurice Zolotow. She is the author of 40 published books, including cookbooks, children's books, and novels. With her late husband, Ned Shank, Crescent owned the award-winning Dairy Hollow House, a country inn and restaurant in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, for eighteen years.
THE YEAR IT RAINED By Crescent Dragonwagon. 224 pp. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
This is the biography page for Crescent Dragonwagon. I have 50 published books out. 11 of them won awards. I had an adventurous, feisty, interesting marriage for 23 largely happy years
This is the biography page for Crescent Dragonwagon. I had an adventurous, feisty, interesting marriage for 23 largely happy years. My husband, Ned, went out bicycling one day, got hit by a car and died. Used to live in Arkansas. Before that, New York. These days I hang out a lot with my very old mother, Charlotte Zolotow, a famous children’s book writer. Also her cat, Tumbleweed. My late father, Maurice Zolotow, was Marilyn Monroe’s first biographer
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