Charles Bowden

Author of many acclaimed books about the American Southwest and US-Mexico border issues, Charles Bowden (1945–2014) was a contributing editor for GQ, Harper’s, Esquire, and Mother Jones and also wrote for the New York Times Book Review, High Country News, and Aperture. His honors include a PEN First Amendment Award, Lannan Literary Award for Nonfiction, and the Sidney Hillman Award for outstanding journalism that fosters social and economic justice.
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The Sierra Pinacate

By Julian D. Hayden; By (photographer) Jack Dykinga
The University of Arizona Press
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Inferno

By Charles Bowden; By (photographer) Michael Berman
University of Texas Press
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Exodus/Éxodo

By Charles Bowden; By (photographer) Julián Cardona
University of Texas Press
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Trinity

By Charles Bowden; By (photographer) Michael P. Berman
University of Texas Press
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Dreamland

The Way Out of Juarez

University of Texas Press
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Desert Duty

On the Line with the U.S. Border Patrol

University of Texas Press
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Red Line

University of Texas Press
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Desierto

Memories of the Future

University of Texas Press
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Blood Orchid

An Unnatural History of America

University of Texas Press
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Blues for Cannibals

The Notes from Underground

University of Texas Press
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