Junction, Utah (Paperback)
Wavegirl Books, 9780615838854, 328pp.
Publication Date: July 10, 2013
River guide Madeline Kruse has always preferred the nomadic life over a settled home. On the run from the long-standing pain of a missing father and critically ill mother, Madeline lets her wandering take her to a corner of the West time has passed over. In the tiny town of Junction, she runs headlong into a community with challenges of its own. Through alfalfa farmer Chris Sorensen and a drama unfolding deep in the Utah backcountry, Madeline is drawn in deeper than she could have imagined by people and a place no longer safe from the pressure and threat of change.
About the Author
Rebecca Lawton writes about water, rivers, and the West. She worked as a whitewater guide on Western rivers in the 1970s and 80s, spending ten of her fourteen seasons in Grand Canyon. She is the author of seven books and four stageplays. Her honors include a Fulbright Chair, WILLA Award for Original Softcover Fiction (for Junction, Utah), Ellen Meloy Fund Award for Desert Writers, Waterston Desert Writing Prize, and Pushcart Prize nominations in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.