Southwest Book Reviews

Putrefaction Live

Oct 15, 2009

Flagstaff physician Warren Perkins goes outside his comfort zone with his debut novel Putrefaction Live. For James Claw, the hungry soul at the heart of the book, redemption is a guitar, the music a tune from the edge of civilization. Writer and creative writing professor Ann Cummins has this review.

There's a theme park in Mexico where you can get a feel for what it's like to cross the border illegally. No kidding. You can hire a real Coyote. Even get busted by fake border guards. The park is called Migrant Mountain, and Journalist Johnny Rico went there to research his new book, Border Crosser. Writer and Northern Arizona University creative writing professor Ann Cummins has this review.

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