Constance Squires

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Constance Squires, author of Along the Watchtower, writes in The New York Times about weathering a tornado in an Oklahoma basement

To read the essay, click here.
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Monday, April 16, 2012

Along the Watchtower by Constance Squires wins the 2012 Oklahoma Book Award for fiction

The Oklahoma Book Awards, which recognizes books written by Oklahomans or about Oklahoma, named Constance Squire’s Along the Watchtower the winner of the fiction award. To read more, click here.

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Thursday, July 07, 2011

Ten songs for your Fourth of July playlist, handpicked by Riverhead author Constance Squires

In Constance Squires’ debut novel Along the Watchtower, narrator Lucinda Collins uses rock and roll to find some stability in her tumultuous upbringing in a military family. Check out Squires’ own rock and roll picks for this Fourth of July, which include Los Lobos and Jimi Hendrix, here.

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