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Creative Writing Teacher

Cheekwood Arts Center

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George Peabody College for Teachers

Vanderbilt University Law School

master's degree

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About Barbara Dyson-Williams

Barbara Dyson-Williams grew up in Nashville, Tennessee where she earned degrees from George Peabody College for Teachers in art and journalism as well as attending Vanderbilt University Law School.After graduation she worked for the State in the area of conservation as well as the House of Representatives for Tennessee.During this time she wrote many articles for local magazines and taught creative writing at Cheekwood Arts Center.Because of her lifelong love for the Southwest, Dyson-Williams eventually moved to New Mexico in 1978 to pursue a master's degree in Southwestern Archaeology.In 2000 her interests took her to Washington, D.C. and from there to Texas.
The Road of Silk is her second book, as she wrote a book called Enter Justice with Vantage Press.She describes The Road of Silk as a story of people, their relationships, their choices and the effects of these choices on their lives, the lives of those around them, and of those to come.
"Although the genre of the book is fantasy, this novel is a story of the battle between the dark and the light."-Barbara Dyson-Williams
Dyson-Williams currently resides in San Saba, Texas where she owns and runs The Texas Rose, a shop where she makes and sells soap, hats, jewelry, clothes and quilts as well as serving gourmet dinners.She has one son.


Rylander Memorial Library -News & Current Events

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Rylander Library is pleased to announce that Barbara Dysonwilliams and Matt Afsahi have just released The Silk Road published by TurnKey Press of Austin, Texas.

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An earlier book by Ms. Dysonwilliams, Enter Justice, can also be obtained at the library for those who haven't had the pleasure of reading it.
Barbara Dysonwilliams grew up in Nashville, Tennessee where she earned degrees from George Peabody College for Teachers in art and journalism as well as attending Vanderbilt University Law School.After graduation she worked for the State in the area of conservation as well as the House of Representatives for Tennessee.During this time she wrote many articles for local magazines and taught creative writing at Cheekwood Arts Center.
Because of her lifelong love of the Southwest, Ms. Dysonwilliams eventually moved to New Mexico in 1978 to pursue a master's degree in Southwestern Archaeology.In 2000 her interest took her to Washington, D. C. and from there to Texas.
The author has worked in archaeology, conservation, the legal field and for many years, medicine, giving her a rich background from which to draw her ideas and characters.Ms. Dysonwilliams currently resides in San Saba where she designs and sells hats, jewelry, clothes and quilts as well as serving gourmet dinners at her establishment, The Texas Rose.

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