Ray A. March is an American author and journalist who has worked on newspapers in this country and in Europe as an investigative reporter. He is the author of five nonfiction books and his latest, Mass Murder in California’s Empty Quarter is scheduled for publication this fall by the University of Nebraska Press. His reporting has also appeared in the New York Times, Time, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Herald Examiner and The Associated Press. He is a member of the Native American Journalists Association, Investigative Reporters & Editors, a former delegate to the National Writers Union, co-founder, Surprise Valley Writers’ Conference and founder and co-chair of the Ed Kennedy Pulitzer Project, a national coalition of journalists.