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It depicts the life and struggles of Native American Boyd Barfoot before and after he leaves the Ute reservation in Utah.He encounters racism during boot camp when he is derogatorily referred to as “Chief” by his drill sergeant and fellow trainees.

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Novel writing also required tenfold the awareness to story line—a plot—and linking characters to the ultimate endgame, pleasing readers.

After spending countless hours researching the Vietnam War and the Ute Indians, I wrote my first novel, historical fiction.

This year marks our 50th speaker in the UHV/ has free videos available on its website of presentations by past reading series speakers with video of such literary treasures as Angela Ball, Andrei Codrescu, Mark Doty, Raymond Federman, Dagoberto Gilb, Charles Johnson, Antonya Nelson, Marjorie Perloff, and many more, this selection can be browsed and viewed here.

There’s a promising new book review site created by the good people at The New Republic.Contributing Editor William Demby passed on May 23, 2013. He led a great reading and discussion at UHV just a few weeks ago as the closing speaker in our Fall 2012 series. The Spring 2013 UHV/ABR Reading Series has been announced! Come see readings by Naomi Shihab Nye, Manuel Martinez, Jess Walter, Cristina García, and Tim Z. Our Fall 2012 Reading Series has just been announced!Featuring Steve Tomasula, Paisley Rekdal, Mathew Johnson, Norma Cantú, and Jake Adam York.Reviews are thoughtful: some for general readers, others more specialized. My historical fiction novel The Last Ute Chief was just published. I'd like this book reviewed by your group..possible (phone 217-894-6870). Editorial: The Last Ute Chief by Les Davenport Have you ever wanted to write a novel?Join us to hear talks by Nick Flynn, Stephen Graham Jones, Stephen Harrigan, Megan Kruse, and Alice Notley.The Fall 2014 UHV/ABR Reading Series begins this week!Web-exclusive supplement to issue 35.3's interview with Marilyn Chin Download full citations and notes for Susan Vanderborg's review of , part of issue 35.2's Focus on Machine Writing. Come see readings by Marilyn Chin, Dana Johnson, Alex Espinoza, Scott Russell Sanders, and Domingo Martinez Christian Moraru's "Metamodernism" Focus is receiving press and discussion in "Metamodernism, or the Twilight of Postmodernism", an article from the Romanian blog Web-exclusive supplement to issue 34.5's interview with Jon Wei The Fall 2013 UHV/ABR Reading Series has begun!Come see readings by Elizabeth Hand, Rosemary Catacalos, Brian Evenson, Christopher Howell, and Paul Ruffin ABR has lost a dear friend. Web-exclusive supplement to issue 34.3's interview with Lidia Yuknavitch welcomes its newest Contributing Editor, Joseph D. The staff at American Book Review is greatly saddened to report the loss of Jake Adam York, who passed on December 16, 2012. For his friends and fans, here is the video of his final reading.This season, join at our new time (11 am - Noon) to hear exciting presentations by Mark Amerika, Amitava Kumar, Carina Chocano, Don Lee, and Shelley Jackson. Geronimo Johnson, Martha Serpas, and Duane Niaturm (12/1/16) We proudly announce the Fall 2016 UHV/ABR Reading Series authors: Peter Turchi, Sam Lipsyte, John E.The UHV/ABR Reading Series for Spring 2018 has been announced! Because of Hurricane Harvey's aftermath in Victoria and the greater Crossroads region, Lacy Johnson's Reading Series appearance on September 7, 2017 is cancelled. Woods, Tiphanie Yanique, and Monica Drake (7/16/16) The UHV/ABR Reading Series was honored by UH regents for Academic Excellence (5/22/16) The Spring 2016 Reading Series is an exciting one!


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