The Wine Women and Writing radio show (sometimes called Mescal Men and Mystery, when necessary) is where Texas author Pamela Fagan Hutchins talks with other writers about stories with complex, authentic females at their cores as well as the issues women face in real life and how these translate into great reads. She does it with humor, irreverence, the occasional dive into oversharing, and–gasp–profanity and vast quantities of wine, coffee, or whatever gets us through another day.
Ann was born and raised in Kettering, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton. She graduated from Wright State University in Dayton with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and earned a Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of Houston. She has been a social worker in psychiatric and nursing home facilities and taught sociology at Wharton County Junior College in Texas. She was inducted into the Texas Institute of Letters.
In addition to Ohio and Texas, Ann has lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Des Moines, Iowa. She currently lives in Galveston, Texas. She and her husband, Rob, are fans of America’s national parks and visit at least one park a year. Ann is also an Astros baseball fan and keeps score when she attends games. For more information on Ann, visit annweisgarber.com.
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Pamela Fagan Hutchins is a wannabe barrel racer afraid of going fast, a lover of ribeye, a fangirl podcaster of author interviews, and author of the USA Today-bestselling and Silver Falchion Best Mystery-winning What Doesn’t Kill You series, including LIVE WIRE, SAVING GRACE, and many others.