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Julia Claiborne Johnson’s Better Luck Next Time takes place in the 1930s at a Reno, Nevada, divorce ranch.
Alta Books Editor David L. Ulin presents a weekly critique of a title from or about the West, reviewed by some of the best writers and authors in the region. Find the latest here every Monday.
Tom Zoellner’s The National Road seeks to take the measure of America.
In Every Day We Get More Illegal, Juan Felipe Herrera doubles down on hope.
In A Kingdom of Tender Colors, Seth Greenland recalls his cancer diagnosis and recovery with humor and grace.