TREE OF SIGHS
a novel by Lucrecia Guerrero
Upon the sudden and tragic death of her parents, Altagracia faces an uncertain future with a bitter and secretive grandmother. After the two sink into poverty, the young girls ends up with a cruel Anglo woman who takes her to the United States, changes her name to Grace, and puts her to work as a full-time domestic servant. TREE OF SIGHS is the story of Grace’s journey to uncover her past as she straddles two cultures in the search of her own identity. After escaping servitude and imprisonment, Grace endures life on the streets and a succession of jobs, and she eventually lands in a comfortable marriage. But a phone call from a person in her past sets her on a journey to the border, where she meets a man who holds the key to her past, learns the truth about her grandmother, and ultimately finds herself.
Lucrecia Guerrero grew up on the US-Mexico border in Nogales, Arizona. She is the daughter of an Anglo American mother and Mexican father, and her writing often reflects her bilingual and bicultural upbringing. She holds an MFA in creative writing from Spalding University, and her work has appeared in such journals as THE ANTIOCH REVIEW and THE LOUISVILLE REVIEW. CHASING SHADOWS, a collection of linked short stories, was published by Chronicle Books, and she received a Christopher Isherwood Foundation Award based on a portion of TREE OF SIGHS.
314 pp . cloth . $27.00x . 978-1-931010-73-3
paper . $17.00 . 978-1-931010-74-0
Bilingual Review Press
Hispanic Research Center
Arizona State University
PO Box 875303
GAMADIN Book Series
by Tom Kirkbride
In Search of The Perfect Sci-fi Adventure
The Fat of the Galaxy Now Rest with a Couple of California Surfers!
Finally, the Boys have a series the Girls love to read!
BOOK I, GAMADIN: WORD OF HONOR
BOOK II, GAMADIN: MONS
BOOK III, GAMADIN: DISTANT SUNS
ALWAYS THERE IS THE MOUNTAIN
by Kalli Deschamps
Joy and disaster share the stage with death and re-birth in the story of a young man’s passion for ranching, his enthusiastic wife’s desire to learn a new rural lifestyle and their struggle to survive on a small cattle ranch in Western Montana. Their 100-year old community along the creek is engaged in its own struggle with survival when faced with a creeping urban sprawl searching for space and beauty. This conflict reaches a climax one summer evening in the nineteen sixties when tragedy strikes and an era comes to an end.
ISBN 13 Hardcover: 978-1-4500-1600-1
ISBN 13 Softcover: 978-1-4500-1599-8
Other books by this author
COLOR ME RED
SHROUD ACROSS THE VALLEY
TREASURED COSTUMES AND OTHER STORIES
WITH OR WITHOUT KIDS (50 YEARS OF ADVENTURE)
Contributor to the anthology, LEANING INTO THE WIND
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