On August 1, I’ll be at Barnes & Noble Northcross in McAllen, Texas, from 2 pm to 3 pm, reading from my YA fantasy novel THE SMOKING MIRROR, answering questions and signing books. I will probably also talk about and share from BORDER LORE as well.
I’m excited to announce that The History Press has hired me to write Ghosts of the Rio Grande Valley, a book on the most famous hauntings from the Texas borderlands. Set for publication in the fall of 2016, the collection will feature photographs and fabulous artwork by José Meléndez. Further…
My guest article “Toltec Traces in ‘The Thunder-Rider’” is up at On an Underwood No. 5, a blog devoted to Robert E. Howard and his works of fiction. The piece analyzes Howard’s use of Mesoamerican myth and legend in a posthumously published story draft.
The great folks over at the genre website GeekaChicas interviewed me about my work, Latinos in genre fiction, the Hugos, and much more. Go read the piece at http://geekachicas.net/2015/07/08/author-david-bowles-on-inclusive-literature-the-hugos-and-the-future-of-genre-fiction/