"In the Sun’s House gathers together so much of the world that lies remote, to our eyes and often our hearts—the Navajo nation, the desert Southwest, the elusive joys of the classroom, the forces that both shape identity and erode it, the lonely isolation that accompanies wanderlust, the not always apparent journey toward what it is we most desire from life. There’s a quiet, sometimes wind-bitten loveliness in Caswell’s seductive voice that builds triumphantly to a level of uplifting grace."
Bob Shacochis, National Book Award–winning author of Easy in the Islands and The Immaculate Invasion
"An exquisitely written, consistently thoughtful, and engaging work . . . Its scrupulous personal honesty and research into the Navajos combine to produce a rich literary experience, as engrossing as a novel yet buoyed by the sense of a reliable observer bearing witness to what actually happened."