Jamie Iredell’s latest book, "Last Mass," is a memoir that juxtaposes his own Catholic upbringing in California with that state's troubled colonial history.
Iredell is known for writing that's often self-aware and humorous in the way it plays with genre and form. So we thought it would be interesting to have him tell us a story about one of his favorite reads.
His choice? A book he says he’s probably read more times than any other, except "Huckleberry Finn." It's Stephen King's "Pet Sematary."
Iredell's story, which you can hear above, involves a mountain cabin deep in the woods, a snowstorm and a young boy reading by firelight.