Traveling With Jo-Ann Mapson: A 21st Century Western Writer

by Marie Loggia-Kee

Writer Marie Loggia-Kee shares with the readers of Literary Traveler her inspiring phone interview with Western writer, Jo-Ann Mapson. (Photo Credit: Stewart Allison)

Filled with lush, literary landscapes, crisp climates and attention to the minute details, author Jo-Ann Mapson captures the heart of the West. Readers travel through the Southwest locales of New Mexico and Arizona, journeying varied regions of California, and finally delving into the wild frontier of Alaska.

Classified as mainstream women's fiction, Mapson, 55, has published nine novels and a book of...

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