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Philip Garrison, photo by Duane Reed

Philip Garrison is the author of many books, including Augury and Waiting for the Earth to Turn Over (both from the University of Utah Press), The Permit that Never Expires: Migrant Tales from the Ozark Hills and the Mexican Highlands (fom the University of Arizona Press), and Because I Don't Have Wings: Stories of Mexican Immigrant Life (from the University of Arizona Press).

He also founded 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 Mexican 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 a professor emeritus at Central Washington University.

Last updated 03/12/2012