This wonderfully written modern-day Western has all of the mystery and adventure that’s been lacking in your boring, humdrum life. Be honest now, when was the last time you spent a night in the... More > desert alone without shelter in a raging dust storm? And when was the last time you shared a chunk of barbequed javelina with a band of illegal immigrants on their way to a prosperous life in Los Angeles and hasn’t it been too long since you hunted priceless Indian relics with a beautiful and sexy (and way too young for you, I might add) Mexican maiden running away from her evil drug lord boyfriend. Okay, if you crave some adventure in your sorry little life, put down your TV remote control and buy a copy of Naked Came the Javelina. It just might change your life. It did mine.< Less
When you drive down Gold St. in Deming, are you driving over mysterious tunnels built in the city's past? The rumors of their existence have persisted for decades. Did the army build a 10-mile tunnel... More > right through the middle of town? Did 19th century businessmen use tunnels to secretly patronize the town’s brothels? Or, did the local Chinese use tunnels to avoid contact with abusive townsfolk?
The curious and talented members of the Deming Writing Group set out to explore these legends and try to sort out the truth. Thirteen writers accepted the challenge and were randomly assigned different literary genres (mystery, horror, screenplay, literary, etc.) to create each one's take on the tunnels.
So, do these mystifying tunnels under Deming really exist? Decide for yourself after reading Down Under Deming.< Less