There’s been plenty of coverage and conversation about how California is weathering its record-setting drought. But all these reports have made us curious: What stones are still unturned?

Since the drought began, we’ve worked hard to illuminate its lesser-seen workings in our Secrets of the Drought series: We exposed how the state made its biggest water users secret to shield tech executives. We showed how California is sinking, rapidly. And we revealed the big hazards of pumping prehistoric groundwater.

In next month’s episode of our “Reveal radio show and podcast, we’re diving even deeper, taking a close look at the haves and have nots in the world of water. We’ll bring you stories investigating an elite set of “super users” in California,  Saudi Arabian companies farming the Arizona desert, a case of massive mismanagement in Texas and a set of New York laws penalizing the poor.

Yet for all of our work, we know there are many more stories yet to be told – and we’re gathering your questions to help tease them out.

Submitting one is easy. All you have to do is type a question you have about the drought into the box below and click “submit.” We’ll choose three we think are particularly ripe for investigation, then put it to readers to vote on which one we report out in the coming months.

And, of course, don’t miss October’s episode of “Reveal.”

Byard Duncan is a reporter and producer for  engagement and collaborations for Reveal. He manages Reveal’s Reporting Networks, which provide more than 1,000 local journalists across the U.S. with resources and training to continue Reveal investigations in their communities. He also helps lead audience engagement initiatives around Reveal’s stories and assists local reporters in elevating their work to a national platform. In addition to Reveal, Duncan’s work has appeared in GQ, Esquire, The California Sunday Magazine and Columbia Journalism Review, among other outlets. He was part of Reveal’s Behind the Smiles project team, which was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2019. He is the recipient of two Edward R. Murrow Awards, a National Headliner Award, an Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award, and two first-place awards for feature storytelling from the Society of Professional Journalists and Best of the West. Duncan is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.