Stephen Gonzalez has packed a lot into his life. The trained chef added author to his resume when his first cookbook, “Getcha Grub On,” was released in January. The South Texas native, who makes his home in Midland, works to keep the book’s buzz going by sharing his love of cooking with a relaxed attitude.
Barbara Gonzalez Cigarroa was raised in a family of ten children in the border town of Laredo, Texas. Notwithstanding graduating from public schools in one of most poverty-stricken areas in the US, Cigarroa graduated summa cum laude from Harvard College and earned a joint JD-MSW degree from Washington University School of Law and the George Warren Brown School of Social Work.
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Gregory Fynch is the pseudonym used by Gregory K. Asimakis, Ph.D. Born in Beaumont, Texas, he lived most of his childhood in the Dallas, Texas area. He graduated from Rice University in 1971 with a dual degree in biology and chemistry. He served in the United States Navy from 1971 through 1977.
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Suanne Schafer, born in West Texas at the height of the Cold War, finds it ironic that grade school drills for tornadoes and nuclear war were the same: hide beneath your desk and kiss your rear-end goodbye. Now a retired family-practice physician whose only child has fledged the nest, her pioneer ancestors and world travels fuel her imagination.