Meet Corinne Joy Brown!

 

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A new book from Corinne -- 

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     The Saga of Western  Dinnerware

AVAILABLE NOW by Johnson Books/ Big Earth Publishing.

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Corinne Joy Brown is a Denver native who loves the new and old West. A professional interior designer for the last 30 years, she’s also a published author and freelance journalist.

Corinne has been a staff writer for Persimmon Hill, the magazine of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City since 1998, covering the arts, literature, and western culture. 

She also writes regularly for Western & English Today  (a fashion and home furnishings, bi-monthly trade magazine, Dallas, Texas) as well as Colorado Expressions and Architecture & Design of the West.

Her first historical novel, MacGregor's Lantern, a story of the cattle barons of the late 1800's in Colorado and Wyoming, was released by Thorndike Five Star Press in July of 2001. Her last novel, co-written with Junior Michael Ray, Sanctuary Ranch, was released in April, 2006 and has been optioned for film.

A children’s book, Wishful Watoosi-The Horse That Wished He Wasn’t sells nationwide through book retailers and on-line. Go to www.CowgirlPeg.com to see the whole collection of wonderful books for children by Coyote Moon Publishing.

Corinne is a member of Western Writers of America, the Denver Woman's Press Club, and a charter member of Women Writing the West. For the past 30 years she’s been the partner and co-owner of Roche Bobois International Design, a European contemporary home furnishings store in Littleton, Colorado.