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Barnaby Conrad
updated: Feb 12, 2013, 9:08 PM

Barnaby Conrad, the San Francisco-born author who founded the Santa Barbara Writers Conference, died on Tuesday morning at his home in Carpinteria.

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 COMMENT 373890 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-12 09:22 PM

Damn... a real loss. Thanks for the legacy and memories you have left us with. May you always wave the red flag in front of the bull...senor matador.


 ROGER DODGER agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-12 09:56 PM

Another great writer is gone Rest in Peace..Your book Matador was one of the best books I have ever read.


 COMMENT 373892P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-12 09:58 PM

Thanks for your tribute, Barney. I don't think anyone could have said it better!


 COMMENT 373894P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-12 10:38 PM

So sorry for his passing.


 COMMENT 373898 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-12 10:51 PM

Cheers to a life well lived. RIP Mr. Conrad


 FLICKA agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-13 09:25 AM

Quite a man! The article said Mary and Barney moved by Montecito, actually to Rincon, below Carpinteria. Unfortunately, his fabulous book after (and about) rehab did a nose dive when he started drinking again. RIP to a wonderful man.


 COMMENT 375075 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-02-16 12:56 PM

I knew Barnaby for close to 40 years. He painted a lovely portrait of my father looking terribly important. A true renaissance man. How talented he was to master so many artistic interests.A master. He will be dearly missed by all of us who were lucky enough to know him. RIP old boy.


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