Brash Books just published my first novel, Double Wide. I wrote the first version of it in the 1980s. What are we looking at here—more than three decades? Sounds about right.
Migrants crossing the tragic landscape of the borderlands leave many things behind: backpacks, jeans, food cans, empty water bottles—and sometimes their lives.
Deep into the 2017-2018 Theater season, we are still being served up challenging and thoughtful, funny and sometimes downright perplexing fare
Find the right event to get you in the holiday spirit.
Each Thanksgiving Day, one of Arizona's "48 Most Intriguing Women" becomes a clown.
I had (and still have) an abiding love for the Peace Corps.
Now onstage at the Rogue Theatre is a humorous but perplexing piece that strives too hard to be too much.
At the same time European Jews were forced to wear two yellow triangles to form a star, LGBTQIA+ individuals were forced to wear one pink triangle.
Meredith Mitstifer spent years struggling with infertility issues, only to find she was naturally pregnant right when she needed to have a cancerous mass removed from one of her ovaries.
The sprawling painting "Tower Bar," its 11-foot expanse painted blood red, is as big and as complicated as a Renaissance painting.
You may not be aware that Arizona Theatre Company has sponsored a nationwide playwriting contest since 1993.
If you need a friendly reminder, the season of Halloween is upon us.
A striking statue of a dying horseman, crafted in fiberglass by the late, acclaimed Luis Jimenez, has long languished in a distant downstairs gallery in the Tucson Museum of Art.
The rescue unit flipped the lights to frantic flashing and gained speed after turning onto the highway.
The fog rolls across the dusky moor. A once-thought-mythical beast roams and roars.
In the latter days of the Renaissance, the daring Italian painter Caravaggio painted a dark and violent canvas, “Judith Beheading Holofernes.”