“…Thoroughly engaging…narrated with passion and eloquence…”
-- The Clarion Review
These short stories by J. Reeder Archuleta, author of the novel “Rio Sonora”, are about coming of age in rural far West Texas. The stories are about the people who have come to stay in a remote part of Texas with a climate that can be harsh and unpredictable and a land that is demanding and unforgiving. For these folks, there is no place they would rather live.
“…A rich tapestry…The stories are conveyed in lean, elegant prose reminiscent of Annie Proulx and Cormac McCarthy…”
-- Blue Ink Review