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Marjorie Herrera Lewis


Marjorie Herrera Lewis

Marjorie Herrera Lewis knew early on she wanted a career related to sports. After several years at small newspapers, at age 27 she began working at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Soon after, she was named a beat writer for the Dallas Cowboys and eventually joined the Dallas Morning News sportswriting staff. While writing WHEN THE MEN WERE GONE, she became inspired to try her hand at coaching football and was added to the Texas Wesleyan University football coaching staff. She presently teaches media ethics at the University of North Texas.

Books by Marjorie Herrera Lewis

by Marjorie Herrera Lewis - Fiction, Historical Fiction

In Marjorie Herrera Lewis’ debut historical novel, the inspiring true story of high school teacher Tylene Wilson --- a woman who surprises everyone as she breaks with tradition to become the first high school football coach in Texas --- comes to life.