Washington State Magazine

Tag: Autobiography

3 review(s) found with this tag.

On All Sides Nowhere
Winter 2004
Bill Gruber ('79 Ph.D. English) and his wife moved to rural Benewah County, Idaho, in 1972, inexperienced in all the necessary skills, but filled with a desire for solitude, simplicity, and natural beauty. In 1979 they left, after turning their 40 ac...
Categories: Memoirs
Tags: Idaho, Autobiography

Margarita: A Guatemalan Peace Corps Experience
Fall 2003
Starting at age 62, nutritionist Marjorie DeMoss Casebolt ('47 Home Econ. Ed.) served two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala. In Margarita: A Guatemalan Peace Corps Experience, she narrates her efforts to educate pregnant and nursing mothe...
Categories: Memoirs
Tags: Peace Corps, Autobiography

Hungry for Wood: An American Memoir from the Shores of Iwo Jima to the
Winter 2001
An Alaska sourdough with Washington State University credentials, C. Herb Rhodes has written his memoir book, Hungry for Wood: An American Memoir. The book derives its name from an Indian translation of the author's hometown of Hoquiam. ...
Categories: Memoirs
Tags: Alaska, Autobiography