Books by Gregory Hill


Gregory Hill grew up on the eastern edge of the American west, on a wheat farm near a tiny Colorado town called Joes. His relationship with that anarchic, windswept region in the heart of America continues to this day; and his novels are saturated in the area's wildlife, language, and gleeful insanity. Relying extensively on desperate characters in barren landscapes, his work is a relentlessly adventurous, unapologeticaly literate antidote to the myth of the wholesome, God-fearing heartland.


East of Denver (Revised)

Gregory Hill


Sister Liberty

Gregory Hill


Zebra Skin Shirt (Revised)

Gregory Hill