Historical novelist Ann Weisgarber is the author of The Personal History of Rachel DuPree, set in the South Dakota Badlands in 1917, and The Promise, set in 1900 on Galveston Island during America’s worst natural disaster. Both were finalists for several awards, and Personal History won the Stephen Turner Award for New Fiction and the Langum Prize for American Historical Fiction. Her third book, The Glovemaker, will be published in early 2019. Weisgarber lives in Texas with her husband, Rob, and visits at least one national park each year.
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