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Philip Garrison is the author of Augury and Waiting for the Earth to Turn Over. He is one of the founders of APOYO, a volunteer group that offers advocacy, interpretation services, and a food and clothing bank that now serves some 400 people a month from central Washington’s mexicano communities. He is a recipient of the Associated Writing Programs Creative Nonfiction Award and a Governor’s Writer's Award from Washington State. He is an emeritus professor of English at Central Washington University and lives in Ellensburg.
Philip Garrison (2 Titles)

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Because I Don't Have Wings
Stories of Mexican Immigrant Life
By Philip Garrison

The Permit that Never Expires
Migrant Tales from the Ozark Hills and the Mexican Highlands
By Philip Garrison

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