Claire Vaye Watkins

author, 'Gold Fame Citrus'

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In a new novel by Claire Vaye Watkins, only the dregs of the city remain after a catastrophic drought slowly throttles L.A. to death.

'Gold Fame Citrus' Imagines a Drought-Stricken Los Angeles

In a new novel by Claire Vaye Watkins, only the dregs of the city remain after a catastrophic drought slowly throttles L.A. to death.

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