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The new Latino Place, America....... By marco a cardenas
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Seven for the Revolution By Rudy Ruiz
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An idealistic Mexican colonel obsessed with building a better Mexico loses his daughters to the allure of America. A young Latina struggles to communicate with her immigrant grandfather when her... More > mother prohibits her from speaking Spanish. A boy grapples with the slippery nature of laws, rules and ambition along the US-Mexico border in his quest for the American Dream. An elderly woman's land, life and loyalties are divided by a controversial border fence. A South American immigrant encounters racism and love in an LA elevator as turmoil swirls around a radical change in immigration policy. In post-apocalyptic New York, a Latina fights to defend the last vestiges of a nation's pride as disgruntled creditors threaten to confiscate the Statue of Liberty. And a resourceful American survivor seeks freedom and peace on foreign soil.< Less
Seven for the Revolution By Rudy Ruiz
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Seven characters. Seven stories that capture uniquely American slices of the Latino immigrant experience. Seven explorations of humanity, longing, suffering and hope that beckon for America to... More > reconsider and revolutionize its views of immigrants and immigration. Seven for the Revolution.< Less
Café Dulcet By Chiquis Barrón
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Set in the colorful backdrop of the Arizona-Mexico border, Café Dulcet is an insightful story that follows Ximena "Nena" Ferrer through a closely-knit series of past and present... More > events in her life. A captivating, female-character-driven, contemporary drama that draws on a diverse array of characters to complement Nena's strong yet quirky personality, Café Dulcet is a flavorful discovery of the similarities between coffee beans and people as they go through the processes that test inherent natures and strengths, and ultimately shape and give them their flavor and purpose. Café Dulcet is also a reminder that no matter how foreign people’s lives may seem -- their language, their experiences, their culture, their place in the world -- there is always a point of convergence. Coffee, with its global, all-senses-evoking qualities, oftentimes serves as that unifying factor.< Less
filed under X : writings of wisdom and madness 2nd Edition By Reuben Ramirez
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A new gift of contemporary Chicano poetry, prose, and literature that talks to issues of Life, Love, identity, culture, social issues and politics from rEuben ramirez that is both provocative and... More > soulful.< Less
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A new gift of contemporary Chicano poetry, prose, and literature that talks to issues of Life, Love, identity, culture, social issues and politics from rEuben ramirez that is both provocative and... More > soulful.< Less
Of a Dream Catcher: Poems Sifted to Beauty By Aurelio Arley Sanchez
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A print journalist for 36 years with the Albuquerque Journal in New Mexico, Aurelio Arley Sanchez, in his semi-autobiographical poetry collection, "Of a Dream Catcher,” writes narrative... More > verse that is raw, gritty and enlightening, allowing a rare insight into a people at once invisible, yet vitally a part of the American dream. His poetic stories are sad, joyful, frightening, unflinchingly honest, as they describe scenes of cultural beauty, hope and despair, love and loss, alienation, struggle and healing, told with imaginative imagery and sensory detail. The reader can feel the barrel of a .44 handgun twisting on his temple like "the devil's finger," or see through eyes of a prison inmate as his dreams rot in the prison yard, or feel the tension of an encounter between American and Mexican American, ending with the mutual realization that in their hearts beats the same love, the same hope.< Less
Special Limited Color Edition: The Hurt Business: Oliver Mayer's Early Works [+] PLUS By William Anthony Nericcio
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THE HURT BUSINESS: OLIVER MAYER'S EARLY WORKS [+] PLUS edited by William A. Nericcio This special, all-color edition of THE HURT BUSINESS contains the full scripts from Oliver Mayer's plays YOUNG... More > VALIANT, BLADE TO THE HEAT and JOY OF THE DESOLATE; it also includes interviews with Mayer, critical analyses, photographs, and other textual surprises. Mayer did his undergraduate work at Worcester College, Oxford and Cornell University, where he graduated--his MFA was completed at Columbia University. Mayer, whose literary papers are archived at the Stanford University Libraries, was voted one of the nation's "100 Coolest" people by BUZZ Magazine in the late 90s, and, having survived this brush with fame and fortune, his work continues to grow and evolve positioning him as one of the more singular theatrical voices in the American arts scene. Hyperbole Books, an imprint of SDSU Press, is thrilled to showcase his early works in this handsome edition. Oliver Mayer presently teaches Theatre at USC.< Less
Special Limited Color Edition: The Hurt Business: Oliver Mayer's Early Works [+] PLUS By William Anthony Nericcio
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THE HURT BUSINESS: OLIVER MAYER'S EARLY WORKS [+] PLUS edited by William A. Nericcio This special, all-color edition of THE HURT BUSINESS contains the full scripts from Oliver Mayer's plays YOUNG... More > VALIANT, BLADE TO THE HEAT and JOY OF THE DESOLATE; it also includes interviews with Mayer, critical analyses, photographs, and other textual surprises. Mayer did his undergraduate work at Worcester College, Oxford and Cornell University, where he graduated--his MFA was completed at Columbia University. Mayer, whose literary papers are archived at the Stanford University Libraries, was voted one of the nation's "100 Coolest" people by BUZZ Magazine in the late 90s, and, having survived this brush with fame and fortune, his work continues to grow and evolve positioning him as one of the more singular theatrical voices in the American arts scene. Hyperbole Books, an imprint of SDSU Press, is thrilled to showcase his early works in this handsome edition. Oliver Mayer presently teaches Theatre at USC.< Less