Houston Chronicle (May 27, 2016)

“Creativity flows in a writer’s getaway with fluid future”

“This just in: San Antonio novelist and Our Lady of the Lake literature professor Nan Cuba has left her husband Don for the ghost of Texas’ most notorious serial killer. Not only is she spending time with “one-eyed drifter” Henry Lee Lucas, but her months long fling with a most unpleasant man is taking place in one of the most idyllic Texas places I know: J. Frank Dobie’s Paisano Ranch, 14¬†miles southwest of town. Tucked away in a canyon guarded by limestone bluffs that channel a twisting, curling Barton Creek, the ranch is named for the swift, intelligent bird we also call the roadrunner.”