A friend of mine discovered a nest of rabbits in his yard, so we set up a motion sensor camera and documented the rabbits’ behavior. The mother left them alone most of the day and night, only returning to feed the two kits a few times a day. They grew very quickly and moved nests. Here’s the time lapse video I made from the camera’s still images.
I posted a couple other videos, too. We met this kestrel a few years back at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
Finally, I found some footage of a gila monster drinking from Aravaipa Creek north of Tucson.
The new print edition of Rain Taxi features my review of Anne-Marie Kinney‘s new novel, Coldwater Canyon. It’s kind of a Hollywood noir story told from the perspective of a stalker. Unsettling and compelling. As you can read in my review, I enjoyed it.
You can read the review from Rain Taxi. (You gotta buy it; it’s the print edition).
A couple months ago, I reviewed Wendell Mayo’s new short fiction collection, Survival House, for Heavy Feather Review. Sadly, shortly after the review came out, Wendell passed away. He was the head of the Creative Writing program as Bowling Green State University and a great writer. I’m glad I had the chance to get to know him and his work. Survival House is a collection of satirical stories about our nuclear age. Definitely worth checking out.