By Stephen Dixon
By Stephen Dixon
By Horace L. Gold,E. J. Gold
By Mike Padilla
In the name tale, a Mexican-American development people jealousy and controlling habit develop into entwined with darkish resentment of his wife's English-speaking skills. between his different startling snapshots, Padilla captures the day the relations received jointly to rip aside previous Aunt Eufrasia's condominium ("It is just like the christening of a ship," my mom acknowledged because the choose awl swung.") ... the uneasy bonds preserving jointly aged ladies, as soon as the simplest of associates yet now merely housemates ... the unusual courting among an enticing yet inaccessible Stanford scholar and her studious, cocaine-dealing classmate, who makes a decision that easy methods to a girl's center is thru her nostril ... and a worried romance among a fourteen-year-old Mexican tomboy and her new neighbor, an awkward younger Russian émigré who falls all too challenging for her.
Engrossed readers will locate Mike Padilla's tales effortless to understand. in basic terms his characters - with their all-too-human foibles- could be demanding to forget.
By Carlos Yushimito,Valerie Miles
A tin guy ponders the mysteries of dying as a center begins to take cost of his limbs, whereas in a spot no longer up to now away a boy attempts to play the piano like Margarita, the teacher’s merciless and gorgeous niece. In tales choked with violence and tenderness, love and disconnection, Carlos Yushimito’s debut shines.
By Drew Hayden Taylor
By David Marcum
By Roger Pickney
By Rebecca Harding Davis,Sharon M. Harris,Robin L. Cadwallader
Davis spent the struggle years within the Pennsylvania and Virginia borderlands, a quarter she known as a “vast armed camp.” right here, divided households, ravaged groups, and transferring loyalties have been the norm. because the editors say, “Davis doesn't restrict herself to writing approximately slavery, abolition, or reconstruction. as an alternative, she indicates us that throughout the struggling with, the rebuilding, and the politics, lifestyles is going on. Even in the course of a battle, humans needs to stay: they paintings, devour, sleep, and love.”
By Len Gasparini
By Harold Lamb,Howard Andrew Jones,S. M. Stirling