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Experience the beauty of Amarnath Ravva’s AMERICAN CANYON by viewing one of the four book trailers. Check out our other social media sites for the other three! “In these moments between the endless chain of flowers, I think of the mothers who placed me here…”

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Emily Ballaine posted a review of Amarnath Ravva’s AMERICAN CANYON to The Improbable. In it, she praises Ravva’s hybridizing style and mastery of empty spaces. “American Canyon is a book that experiments with form, and when I say ‘experiment,’ I mean it in the truest sense of the word. I mean that Ravva approaches past […]

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Martin Wong highlighted Amarnath Ravva’s AMERICAN CANYON last week in the Imprint Culture Lab’s book club. Noting that the experimental memoir is Kaya’s first full-color publication, Wong comments on the completeness of the work–a sparse narrative complemented by images. He characterizes the memoir as equal parts observation, emotion, and exploration, and summarizes the writing as follows: […]

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Get a sneak peek of Amarnath Ravva’s American Canyon, as featured in The Revealer, reviewer of religion and media! JULY 23, 2003. 6:32 AM > 00:00:00:00 Ravi yells, don’t go too far into the water—it’s deep and the stones are slippery! At the top of the steps, he is looking through the viewfinder of the video camera. He works in […]

 
 
 
 

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