In the August 8, 2012, edition of The Monitor, an article on Mexican Bestiary was featured: http://www.themonitor.com/entertainment/local-62832-bowles-brujas.html
Both Mix-Up and Along the River were featured works at yesterday’s Community Book Festival in Harlingen. Even among the 18 authors and illustrators on hand from across the state, Angelo Bowles drew a great deal of attention due to his young age. The Valley Morning Star published an article on the event today in which Angelo figures prominently: click here to read more.
Leviathan Wakes is the first novel in The Expanse, a science-fiction series penned by James S.A. Corey (a pseudonym for authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck). Evenly split between the points-of-view of Joe Miller (an aging, has-been police detective on the asteroid Ceres) and Jim Holden (a handsome and “righteous” former navy officer now serving as XO of an ice-mining vessel), Leviathan Wakes is a riveting book, the sort of adrenaline-charged, politically savvy, intensely human tale that I love to stumble across.
El Mañana printed a story about Noé Vela and his design for Along the River: