Published January 2009 Bellevue Literary Press
Bleak and beautiful, the evocative language alone makes this book worthy of a spot in your stocking.
The characters are heartbreaking, and I stopped reading this little book several times just because I couldn’t bear the thought of it ending.
Published Little, Brown 2009
My favourite (well-written) brain candy of 2009!
Luis Alberto Urrea has arrived, and you won’t soon forget him.
About Jennifer Abel (45thparallelism)
Jennifer rocks out the book publicity angle in Seattle for Chin Music Press among other indie presses.
She’s Canadian by birth and proclivity.
A loud, proud advocate of mindfulness and publishing houses that challenge traditional print culture.