Lucia Banner

History’s Haunts

             “The map is not the territory” is a relevant axiom when researching the past.  That being the case, I visit the places I write about, checking out the “territory” from Bristol, England to Kyoto, Japan, as well as all across the United States and into...

read more

Warriors and Patriots

“American Indians Serve in the U.S. Military in Greater Numbers Than Any Other Ethnic Group”           That Huffington Post headline did not surprise me.   Every Indian pow wow I’ve attended has begun with a color guard of military veterans leading the dancers in the...

read more

Watch Your Language!

(Disclaimer: I won’t go into the question of whether Shakespeare wrote all those plays and poems or someone else did.  It doesn’t matter here.  Someone wrote them and did a helluva job.) I appreciate the reverence accorded William Shakespeare, but also am amused by...

read more

The Devil’s Walking Parody

With monstrous head and sickening cry. and ears like errant wings, The Devil’s walking parody on all four-footed things. G.K. Chesterton (1874- 1936)             I have no idea how many characters, real and fictional, I’ve met in thirty-seven years of historical...

read more
Page 1 of 812345...Last »

Part Of A Book Club?

Add Lucia St Clair Robson’s Novels To Your Lineup!

Book Club Page

True West Best Living Fiction Writer Of 2011

BEST LIVING FICTION WRITER
True West Magazine – 2011

Spur Award Winner

1982 Golden Spur
Award Winner

BestSeller

New York Times
Bestselling Author

Subscribe

Subscribe to receive notifications of Lucia’s latest news and updates!
You can opt out anytime.

Sign Me Up!

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares
Follow

Follow this blog

Get every new post delivered right to your inbox.

Email address