Set in post-modern mid-America with flashbacks to the ‘60s, Diving for Carlos is a story that takes the taboo-breaking dimension of Native American trickster tales to the zenith and beyond. In this classic telling of the American myth, a haunted veteran rediscovers his hometown and makes peace with his own conflicted soul and poignant memories of people and places he has known.
William gives an overview of the book:
I am the author of several books about South Indian culture. I also have published fiction in small publications in Vermont, and a novel entitled "Diving for Carlos," about growing up Midwest, available at amazon.com. I have published flash fiction in Long Story Short...
DIVING FOR CARLOS, or, Heroes’ Welcome Blues
by William J. Jackson
CreateSpace/Sliding Floor Publications
reviewed by Michael Radon
"...You could say we’re gonna...
The Midwest Book Review
Heroism is never what it’s cracked up to be. “Diving for Carlos; Or, Heroes’ Welcome Blues” follows Vietnam veteran Hector Cruz as he returns...