Books by Greg Sarris

HOW A MOUNTAIN WAS MADE by Greg Sarris
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 10, 2017

"These are charming and wise stories, simply told, to be enjoyed by young and old alike—'stories need us if they are to come forth and have life too.'"
Native American tales relate the story of California's Sonoma Mountain. Read full book review >
WATERMELON NIGHTS by Greg Sarris
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 30, 1998

"Despite a pace that sometimes dawdles, Sarris's vigorous prose and robust characters make for a distinctive work, marking the debut of a singularly talented novelist. (Author tour)"
An ambitious, meticulously detailed story about modern Native American life, focusing on the struggle of a small, disenfranchised tribe in modern-day California to reclaim its heritage and identity. Read full book review >
GRAND AVENUE by Greg Sarris
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 2, 1994

"Without being mawkish or sentimental, he creates a variety of voices—male and female—who tell the struggles of a people and their determination to survive. (Film rights to HBO; author tour)"
A touching, often poignant, debut collection of fiction by a Native American writer. Read full book review >