Steve Fox reading from his 2014 book release, “Odyssey: Love and Terror in Greece, 1969”. This segment is called “Highway Angel”. Click on the New Book – “Odyssey” button above for more info and to purchase his book. To view more of Steve’s readings from his new book, click here.
Language and vision: these two media of understanding and creation have determined my life. Every day I learn, express myself, and teach through words and photos. I write creative nonfiction. I photograph people in portraits, in action in the streets, and in their environments. I love water, especially as I live in the high desert during a long-running drought. In 2012 and ’13 I have created a series on the many faces of ice and moving water.
On this site you will find excerpts from my memoir of military resistance, “Odyssey: Love and Terror in Greece, 1969.” Also here are excerpts from my first book, “Toxic Work: Women Workers at GTE-Lenkurt” (1991) by Temple Univ. Press and still in print. Here also are some of my syndicated columns and Horse Fly pieces about Taos artists and writers; some of my published research writing on U.S. popular culture in Europe and in the American West; and on varieties of Asian religions and pilgrimage in the Southwest.
My photos on this site include Greek and New Mexico landscapes, townscapes and people, the many faces of water, and portraits of Taos artists and writers.