To understand this sprawling desert city, you have to understand its canals, whose routes Indigenous people dug as far back as A.D. 200.
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Forming Relationships with the Road: An Interview with Tom Zoellner
The right tour guide can breathe life into the most boring stretch of highway.
The Known Unknown: Tales of the Yucca Man
The desert has its own version of Sasquatch, and it’s just as smelly and hairy.
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The Red Caddy
The first biography of Edward Abbey in a generation is closer to a memoir about friendship between two crusty desert rats.
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How to Run a Magazine in the Desert
Ken Layne designs, edits, and distributes his independent magazine Desert Oracle from tiny Joshua Tree, California.