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[Paperback] - $15.00
Fateful Tales From the West
In this multicultural collection of ten short stories, Gish moves through settings as diverse as the contemporary California coast and the ghost-haunted hills of Oklahoma Indian Territory, exploring the complex intersections between myth and personal choice, intentional mischief and fate-driven misadventure.... more

[Paperback] - $17.00
A Book of Indian Tales
Austin's charming and evocative stories dramatize the legacy of conquest upon a land and its native peoples.... more

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Poems
Shaun Griffin is a poet of impassioned engagement—in the common joys and suffering of the human experience, in the natural world, in the complexity of language and the poet's craft.... more

[Hardcover] - $23.00
The men who inhabit these stories live in precarious normalcy, balancing dashed dreams with an uncertain progress into maturity, small-town realities with their largely unfulfilled hopes.... more

[Paperback] - $18.00
This novel follows native Nevadan Jack Ross, a private investigator who has about had it with murder and betrayal and is teetering on the edge of emotional collapse.... more

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Poems
In A Black Bridge, Ralph Tejeda Wilson offers both an apparently simple, lucid, palpable surface and a powerfully complex, resonant undercurrent of connotation.... more

[Paperback] - $20.00
A Novel
The Blossom Festival is a richly panoramic chronicle of rural life in the Santa Clara Valley during the decades leading up to World War II.... more

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Stories
These stunning stories explore, with poignancy and wit, the treacherous, alluring, and sometimes painful territories of memory, family, and friendship.... more
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