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South Sun Rises

South Sun Rises
A poetic narratve
by Valentin Sandoval

 

SOUTH SUN RISES is a poetic narrative of a pursuit of the American dream on one of the world’s most compelling and dangerous international borders, El Paso/Juarez.         
            Leaving behind her life in Juarez, Sandoval’s mother’s finds herself isolated and alone in the gritty projects of El Paso.

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Black Rainbow

Black Rainbow
A novel by Miriam Sagan

“A pregnant Colorado woman was stabbed, her baby ‘removed,’ when she answered a Craigslist ad for baby clothes.”
—Headline from Washington Post, March 19, 2015 

“I had two mothers. Or maybe I had three. There was my real mother who died when I was born. And then there was the woman who claimed to be my mother, my stepmother. Behind them, like a shadowy third, was the crazy lady, the one who had wanted to be my mother most of all . . . . . . . Hers were the first pair of human eyes I ever saw.”
                                    —Excerpt from Black Rainbow

BLACK RAINBOW follows the intersecting stories of two strangely entangled women. There is Mary Rose, an ordinary young woman who is driven mad by infertility, miscarriages, and ghost babies. And there is Rania, whose mother was murdered by Mary Rose and who becomes obsessed with finding her mother’s killer.

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Translating the Soul
Essays by Marjorie Agosín
Photographs by Samuel Shats


Translating the Soul reflects on the story of Marjorie Agosín’s life, beginning with her family’s roots in Odessa as well as Chile. An engaging and provocative collection of personal narrative essays of great scope and insight, interweaving autobiograpy with themes of memory and exile.

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Seven Places in America



Seven Places in America
A Poetic Sojourn
By Miriam Sagan
A collection of poetry based on seven remote American
journeys about location, borders, beauty, destruction--and
the poet in the landscape.

 

 
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