A debut novel features a setting that will be familiar to residents of the Uintah Basin. It's not by accident.Read More
The unexpectedness of the opening scene — Helen hiking up the Black Elk Mountains with the Hindu pundit who’s to perform her (second) wedding ceremony — is a frightfully fresh scenario, the perfect doorway into a thick, thorny story.Read More
"Sweet Land of Bigamy is as weird as America, as absurd as our times, and as beautiful as our contradictions."
Mat Johnson, author of PymRead More