Under the Tucson Moon

For nine winters, writer Kim Antieau traveled to the Sonoran Desert where she wrote novels and a series of deeply personal essays about borderlands: those in-between places where creativity thrives or dies, those places profane or sacred, joyful or despairing. These pieces provide a unique window into the life of a creative artist as she writes about nature, illness, healing, family, and more. More

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Published by Green Snake Publishing
Words: 51,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301563180
About Kim Antieau

Kim Antieau has had dozens of short stories and essays published, along with many novels, including Coyote Cowgirl, Church of the Old Mermaids, Ruby's Imagine, The Fish Wife, Her Frozen Wild, and The Jigsaw Woman. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest most of the time and in the Sonoran Desert some of the time, with her husband, writer Mario Milosevic.

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