Inlandia

Inlandia

A Literary Journey Through California's Inland Empire

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A land of dramatic landscapes and increasingly dynamic human developments, the Inland Empire is becoming much more than just "the area east of Los Angeles." As tract homes creep over desert areas once thought uninhabitable, the region--comprised of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties--is one of the fastest growing regions in America. Unique in its own history and a microcosm of America at large, it is a land of startling racial, socio-economic, and ideological diversity that has long produced innovative and passionate writing. Inlandia is a study of the journey of a people bound by geography yet striving for self-identity and artistic recognition, and of a land that is becoming both more prosperous and endangered. Over eighty writers are represented in the anthology, with material ranging from Indian stories and early explorers' narratives to pieces written by local emerging authors.--From publisher description.
Publisher: Santa Clara, Calif. : Santa Clara University ; Berkeley, Calif. : Heyday Books, c2006
ISBN: 9781597140379
1597140376
Characteristics: xxi, 433 p. : maps ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Wattawa, Gayle

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