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A Mexican-American author from deep South Texas, David Bowles is an assistant professor at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Recipient of awards from the American Library Association, Texas Institute of Letters and Texas Associated Press, he has written a dozen or so books, including?Flower, Song, Dance: Aztec and Mayan Poetry, the critically acclaimed?Feathered Serpent, Dark Heart of Sky: Mexican Myths,?and?They Call Me Güero: A Border Kid’s Poems. In 2019, Penguin will publish?The Chupacabras of the Rio Grande, co-written with Adam Gidwitz, and Tu Books will release his steampunk graphic novel?Clockwork Curandera. His work has also appeared in multiple venues such as?Journal of Children’s Literature, Rattle, Strange Horizons, Apex Magazine, Nightmare, Asymptote, Translation Review, Metamorphoses, Huizache,?Eye to the Telescope,?and?Southwestern American Literature. In April 2017, David was inducted into the Texas Institute of Letters for his literary work.

David’s literary representation is?Taylor Martindale Kean and Stefanie Von Borstel of Full Circle Literary. His Hollywood representation is Sandra ávila of?Inclusion Management.

You can contact me at bowlesdo@gmail.com


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13 Comments

  1. David–what a fabulous review! You nailed all the important aspects of the book. Thank you for your deep reading and thoughtful analysis.
    Best,
    Sarah Cortez
    P.S. If you’ll be at the Texas Book Festival this weekend in Austin, please stop by the panel that features WALKING HOME as one of three books about Latino suenos. Sat. 1:30 p.m. Capital Extension Room E2.026. Book Signing in Book Signing Tent at 2:45 p.m. I’d love to see you again!

    • Sarah, thanks! My only regret was that the word “chapel” was left out after “Houston” (I suppose people will fill that in on their own, heh). I’m glad you liked the review; I certainly loved reading your work!

      I actually won’t be in Austin this year, but I’m sure we’ll see each other soon at some event or another. I will at the very least be up in Houston in April…you guys can recommend another great restaurant to me!

      Un abrazote…

  2. Dr. Bowles: Read the article about your publications, so I contacted Amy at the Monitor to get your e-mail address. I’m currently writing a book on memoirs, and since this is my first writings, I need someone to edit and suggest improvements. Please let me know your fees. I really need someone like yourself. My story begins in 1958 as a five year old migrating with family to the state of Colorado. Please contact me. Thank you.

  3. Emma, why don’t you shoot me an e-mail at bowlesdo@gmail.com ? Thanks!

  4. Thank you for visiting our school! Besteiro Middle School.

  5. You bet, Samuel! It was awesome.

  6. Hello Dr. David Bowles; it’s Zoe from the conference yesterday.

  7. Good evening David. its Zoe again, forgive me for contacting you on such short notice. But i’d was wondering if perhaps you could give me a bit of feedback on my novel. Its going to be my first time publishing, and I would be honored to have someone with years of experience read it. I’m currently in the last stage of editing, and just finishing up the last chapters but i’m still a bit unaware of how i’m going to lay out the actual book in physical pages. Do you think you could give me a few tips and suggestions whilst reading my novel?

  8. Good Morning,

    Harlingen CISD would like to invite you to present/speak to our 9th grade students in Early College High School. Would you be available any Monday in February from 8 AM to 10 AM?

    I’m looking forward to hearing back from you. Thank you, Mireya Galvan, Coordinator of Library Services for Harlingen CISD

  9. Was your grandpa David Bowles from Falfurrias Texas?

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