Eric Duran-Valle is an emerging writer from Las Vegas. He is currently part of the communications department at Vegas PBS, where he manages the station’s social media accounts and writes press releases for their blog. He writes both fiction and nonfiction about the changing culture of Southern Nevada’s community through the lens of a lifelong resident. He is currently working on an adventure novel for Primal Future Press. The most valuable thing he owns at the moment is a framed print of the old Stardust Resort and Casino, which was imploded on March 13, 2007.