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Review ''Gordon Johnson's world--the Pala Indian Reservation and environs--is so vivid and haunting and funny, a combination few writers can pull off, and yet Fast Cars and Frybread does so with panache, flourish, and love.'' --Susan Straight, author of A Million Nightingales ''These stories skillfully capture a world gone by and memories of life on and around a California Indian reservation, and touchingly illuminate the heart of a man remembering that world. What a pleasure to read, and how long the pleasure resonates.'' --Greg Sarris, author of Watermelon Nights and Tribal Chairman of the Federated Indians of the Graton Rancheria Read more About the Author Gordon Johnson is a Cahuilla/Cupeno from the Pala Indian Reservation in San Diego County, California. A former columnist and feature writer for the Riverside Press-Enterprise, he is the author of a book of collected columns, Rez Dogs Eat Beans, which was translated and published in the Czech Republic. He is also a contributor to the recent anthology of Inland Empire writers published by Heyday, Inlandia. Johnson lives in Pala and is working on his master of fine arts degree at Antioch University, Los Angeles. Read more

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