BOWDEN, Charles. American, b. 1945. Genres: Environmental sciences/Ecology, Literary criticism and history. Career: Writer. Tucson Citizen, Tucson, AZ, reporter; City Magazine, Tucson, editor; contributing editor, Esquire, Harper's. Publications: The Impact of Energy Development on Water Resources in Arid Lands: Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography, 1975; Killing the Hidden Waters, 1977; (with L. Kreinberg) Street Signs Chicago: Neighborhood and Other Illusions of Big City Life, 1981; Blue Desert (essays), 1986; Frog Mountain Blues, 1987; Mezcal (autobiography), 1988; Red Line, 1989; Desierto: Memories of the Future, 1991; The Sonoran Desert: Arizona, California, and Mexico, 1992; The Secret Forest, 1993; (with M. Binstein) Trust Me: Charles Keating and the Missing Billions, 1993; Seasons of the Coyote: The Legend and Lore of an American Icon (essays), 1994; Blood Orchid: An Unnatural History of America, 1995; Stone Canyons of the Colorado Plateau, 1996; Juarez: Laboratory of Our Future, 1998. Address: 1928 E 9th St., Tucson, AZ 85719, U.S.A.