The Oklahoma Heritage Association started a lunch with an Oklahoma Author program, called Oklahoma Voices. The Association itself has published more than 100 books celebrating Oklahoma history and culture. For ten dollars, or for twenty five which would include an autographed book, you can lunch with an Oklahoma Voice. The first event is a sit down with Peter G. Pierce, author of Baseball in the Cross Timbers: The Story of the Sooner State League, on Feb. 4th.
The next event will be on March 4th, this time with Bob Burke and Gini Moore Campbell, authors of Lee Allan Smith: Oklahoma City’s Best Friend.
And I think the April event will be very intriguing with Larry Lewis discussing Struggles in a New State: The 1910 Journey of the Abernathy Boys as a Framework of the Political Issues and Societal Changes in Oklahoma.