The Lightest Object in the Universe

This week, Algonquin Press launched her first novel, The Lightest Object in the Universe. This is an email conversation with the Tucson Weekly.

It’s the End of the World As We Know It

An excerpt from Tucson author Kimi Eisle’s new post-apocalyptic novel The Lightest Object in the Universe

Bump in the Night

Tabitha Turnpike has a big imagination. But, for her parents, Tabitha’s imagination is nothing more than a big problem.

Author’s Note

While many locals may be surprised to know the Pima County Public Library hosts a “Writer in Residence” program, it is the writers in residence themselves who are surprised by the writing talent of those in their community.

Another Odd Couple

Live Theatre Workshop’s production of Things Being What They Are gives you the feeling that you are drop dead in the middle of an early 2000s sitcom.

Galactic Goofballs

Gaslight Theatre writer/director Peter Van Slyke found plenty of inspiration in the adventures of James Tiberius Kirk when he wrote Space Trek.

Inquiry at the Bar

Tucson author Becky Masterman’s new crime thriller, We Were Killers Once, is the fourth book to feature Brigid Quinn, a former FBI agent who has retired to Tucson.

Hot Times in the City

“Oregon Coast,” a bracing painting in Contreras Gallery’s Small Works show, is just the antidote Tucson’s heat calls for.

All Over the Map

TMA’s Travelogue traces the intersection of art and tourism in countries around the world

The Chasers

They had their spot in the stairwell. They were Chicano kids—Mexican Americans—growing up in Tucson in the 1950s. They were the Chasers.

Back to the Future

Artists at Etherton evoke past and present in their works of “visual language”

Casually Dysfunctional

In the recent Live Theater Workshop production of Appropriate, written by Branden Jacob-Jenkins, the audience is presented with a plethora of things to tackle.

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