A follow-up to one of 2015’s Best Books of Fiction and one of the year’s Best Mysteries and Thrillers, The Bird Boys was named one of the Best Crime Novels of the Year by Marilyn Stasio for New York Times.
A short story collection on growing up in the late 60s in a Texas oil town soaked by Gulf winds. "Not a dishonest sentence anywhere to be found," says Antonya Nelson
A book of retablo paintings by Catherine Ferguson, accompanied by biographies Lisa Sandlin compiled from ancient and contemporary sources and poetry.
Kirkus Reviews named The Do-Right one of its Best Books of Fiction in 2015 — that's a list of 100 books — and hand-selected Lisa Sandlin's new novel as one of 18 Best Mysteries & Thrillers.
An elderly ballerina escapes a rest home with the aid of an albino rock n’roll star and a child speaks to fish — these characters are hell-bent on the business of life.
Texas enters the Akashic Noir Series arena with a dazzling array of terrifying, well-crafted short fiction. "Phelan’s First Case," a Beaumont-based contribution by Lisa Sandlin, is featured in Lone Star Noir and USA Noir.
A Good Friday pilgrimage where only the road is necessary. For this one day, you do not make the mistake of feeling alone. So many people, so many stories are walking beside you.
Lisa Sandlin co-edits an anthology of noted writers in this collection of poetry, fiction and memoir by women writers from the Great Plains/High Plains region of the United States.