“The End of Imagination” by Arundhati Roy

“Terrorism is the symptom, not the disease.” (Arundhati Roy, The End of Imagination) Arundhati Roy is a superhero. She wears a sari instead of a cape. She has written one novel – The God of Small Things – and it won the Booker Prize. She is an award-winning screenwriter and an award-declining dissenter. She is…

“Damnificados” named a finalist for the Foreword INDIES Book of the Year

This just in from Foreword Reviews: We are pleased to announce Damnificados has been recognized as a finalist in the 19th annual Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards. As part of their mission to discover, review, and share the best books from small, university, and independent publishers, media company Foreword Reviews hosts its annual…

Tucson Festival of Books 2017

Another year, another blockbuster. Once again I missed out on a couple of big namesĀ – Colson Whitehead and Michael McGarrity – but there was plenty of consolation in seeing some lesser-known, bright young (and not-so-young) things. I was really looking forward to seeing Adrienne Celt as she’ll be appearing later this year at the Southwest…