UT El Paso and Glory Road

Monday, December 19th, 2005

I wonder how this film is going to work out and how it will be received in my home town. Schooling and life in El Paso, in season, always had the basketball flavor and fever. It’s always a little thrilling to see the hometown heros in story.

One response to “UT El Paso and Glory Road”

  1. susan says:

    While your reference is more intimately relative, it coincides with a story in Roxana Robinson’s A Perfect Stranger called Blind Man that unrolls via a driving scenario which felt familiar, and was confirmed in my mind as Waterbury, CT by mention of a particular detail, the white cross on the hillside I’ve seen many times. It’s a neat feeling to recognize something in a story over and above the reader relation that the writer strives for as part of the skill.