Maximum Sunlight, from journalist Meagan Day and photographer Hannah Klein, is a journey into Tonopah, Nevada—a small city in the middle of the five-hundred-mile stretch of HWY 95 between Las Vegas and Reno.
Maximum Sunlight, takes readers to Tonopah to try and find what exactly it is that’s out there. Told through a series of candid interviews and observations of town life, the book attempts to get beyond the stories people want to tell about a place—or don’t want to tell—into some kind of truth.
It is a tightly observed, thought-provoking, and at times heartbreaking tour of a place that’s strange and conflicted and, in a way, unlike anywhere else—but also a lot like a lot of America. Just not the America many ever get to see.
Press for Maximum Sunlight:
Featured in Best American Non-Required Reading 2017!
Read a review in STRANT Magazine.
Read a review in LA Review of Books.
Read an excerpt in The Towner.
Read a feature about Maximum Sunlight in the Reno alt-weekly, Reno News and Review.
Check out a photo essay and interview with photographer, Hannah Klein, in Viewfind.