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Spirit Walk

Jay Treiber

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A thrilling and elegantly wrought debut about the far-reaching effects of our decisions, and our irrepressible desire to undo the worst of them.
--JONATHAN EVISON, author of The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving

Brimming with bordertown corruption and blame-ridden recollections, this powerful literary debut opens at a turning point for college professor Kevin McNally, whose personal and professional lives have run aground, haunted by a violent border clash from his youth. Now, McNally must journey back to southeast Arizona's chaparral country to face the loss and trauma of his past.

JAY TREIBER holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Montana, where he studied under writers William Kittredge and Earl Ganz. His poems and short stories have appeared in The Chattahoochee Review, Farmer's Market, The Fiddlehead, and elsewhere. He makes his home in Bisbee, Arizona, and teaches creative writing and English composition at nearby Cochise College.

Torrey House Press, 9781937226299, 283pp.

Publication Date: May 13, 2014



About the Author

JAY TREIBER holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Montana, where he studied under writers William Kittredge and Earl Ganz. His poems and short stories have appeared in The Chattahoochee Review, Farmer's Market, The Fiddlehead, and elsewhere. He makes his home in Bisbee, Arizona, and teaches creative writing and English composition at nearby Cochise College.