Laura Chester documents the American landscape as well as the American soul. In New England she visits a root cellar chapel and one converted from a garage. She discovers an American stavkirke in Door County, Wisconsin, a Mother Goddess altar in San Francisco, and a straw-bale milagro chapel in Arizona. Read more...
Life on the U.S./Mexican border presents a clash of cultures and expectations that is explored with insight and dark humor in Laura Chester’s new collection of short stories, Rancho Weirdo (Bootstrap Press). Read more...
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Heartbeat For HorsesOrder Now
Heartbeat for Horses is a collection of writing and color photographs brought together in honor of horse crazy girls -- Those who might only live in the fantasy world of books and statues, who pin posters on their walls and dream of jumping like National Velvet, or for those who actually compete in rodeos and horse shows. Read more...
Willow Creek Press, Spring, 2007