Additional Resources for The Best Girlfriend You Never Had by Pam Houston

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Houston, Pam, "Creating Your Own," in O, The Oprah Magazine, Vol. 2, Issue 12, December 2001, p. 169.

In this nonfiction piece, Houston describes how she has cultivated a "rotating family" of friends as a substitute for the large family she never had.

_____, A Little More about Me, Washington Square Press, 2000.

Houston's autobiographical collection of essays describes her globe-trotting adventures in places such as Botswana, the Grand Tetons, and the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.

_____, "Redneck Chic," in Los Angeles Magazine, Vol. 41, No. 7, July 1996, pp. 90-100. In this nonfiction piece, Houston describes activities in Los Angeles that are often associated with rural life.

Williams, Linda, and Jamie Jensen, eds., Eyewitness Travel Guide to San Francisco and Northern California, DK Publishing, 1994.

This travel guide provides numerous pictures and graphics explaining the architecture of popular buildings in San Francisco, helping readers visualize many of the places Lucy O'Rourke visits and names.

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