Hot Season Book Tour 2.0

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    I’m thrilled to announce that I am back in the Biskitt (aka, Prescott) today, kicking off part two of the book tour for Hot Season–just as the weather is heating up in the Southwest (well, Phoenix, at least–it was 70 degrees at 8 pm last night when I got in). After two dates here in the Land of … Read More

Listen In: Dream Studies

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Today I’m pleased to share the title story from my new work in progress, Dream Studies–twelve speculative tales that intersect with issues related to race, class, gender, and the environment. This story–like my novel, Hot Season–is set in Prescott, Arizona, and it revolves around a persistent local myth, of a network of tunnels once used by the Chinese. “Dream Studies” … Read More

5 Classic Novels for the Revolution: Southwest Edition

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In my latest for Litreactor, I explore the results of our recent election and the books–including classics by Ed Abbey and Barbara Kingsolver–that will help you make sense of the years to come. “On Wednesday, November 9, 47.7 percent of the voting populace woke up with the worst hangover in history; 47.5 percent of the voting populace woke up ready … Read More