Kevin Zambrano

Kevin Zambrano was born and raised in Long Beach, California. He is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara’s College of Creative Studies and Sarah Lawrence College, and his writing about books can be found in Electric Literature, The Rumpus, The Harvard Review, Full Stop, Entropy, Arcadia, and The Santa Barbara Independent. He lives in Queens, New York.


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Only Desert in China Lake

Kevin Zambrano on Barret Baumgart's "China Lake: A Journey into the Contradicted Heart of a Global Climate Catastrophe."...

Only Desert in China Lake
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