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Amy Hale Auker

From the Texas Panhandle, Amy Auker has been writing down her life, albeit young, among cattle, horses, wildlife and rural people native to a harsh landscape. As Red Steagall penned across the back of “Rightful Place” from Texas Tech University Press (2011), “…she writes through a window that no one else has discovered.” Mother of two children, she lives on the Spider Ranch in Arizona.

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  1. Sylvia Ross
    May 20 2011

    RIGHTFUL PLACE affirms both the grace and intensity of Western life. It is a beautiful book. I’m grateful to the people who introduced me to Amy Hale Auker’s writing, and more grateful to her for the exquisite descriptions she serves up as a gift to her readers.

  2. cheryl estill
    Nov 26 2011

    Amy Hale Auker’s essays touch something deep within me. I have purchased multiple copies of Rightful Place, some to keep…some to give and some to loan. I have never lived or worked on a ranch…but this book touches something in me, I love it! It appeals to people from all walks of life. I am so thankful I saw her essay in “Cowboy and Indians” magazine and ordered her book! Cheryl Estill


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