Rebecca Lawton's short story collection, Steelies and Other Endangered Species: Stories on Water, is just out from Little Curlew Press. Each of the fifteen stories takes place on rivers and other wild bodies of water that both draw and endanger her characters.
Lawton won the Ellen Meloy Fund Award for Desert Writers, was a San Francisco Chronicle best-selling author for Reading Water: Lessons from the River, and is a 2014-2015 Fulbright scholar in arts and humanities (University of Alberta). Her debut novel, Junction, Utah, is a page turner about a heroine caught between life on the water and land. "A lot of excitement, an affecting love story, and a clear look at what works to unite community." —Western Guide to Women Writers, 2014
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