Susan Straight

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Novelist and Professor of Creative Writing at the University of California, Riverside

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Author Susan Straight spent her whole life in Riverside, where she raised her three daughters.

A multi-generational story of women who created family and history in Riverside

Author Susan Straight spent her whole life in Riverside, where she raised her three daughters.

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Susan Straight: Take One Candle Light a Room

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Author  Susan Straight  talks about Memorial Day barbecue and side dishes in the Inland Empire.

Memorial Day Barbecue and Side Dishes

Author Susan Straight talks about Memorial Day barbecue and side dishes in the Inland Empire.

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