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Gary Dl Keller, Amy K. Phillips, and Photographers Craig Smith and Marilyn Szabo- TRIUMP OF OUR COMMUNITIES: FOUR DECADES OF MEXICAN AMERICAN ART

TRIUMP OF OUR COMMUNITIES: FOUR DECADES OF MEXICAN AMERICAN ART

by  Gary D Keller, Amy K. Phillips, and Photographers Craig Smith and Marilyn Szabo

With more than 600 full-color images, this generously sized coffee-table book celebrates the art organizations that have promoted Mexican American art and have served as art education centers for their communities.

332 pp.   11″x14″  cloth

ISBN 978-1-931010-34-4

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Stella Pope Duarte Author- FRAGILE NIGHT

FRAGILE NIGHT

by Stella Pope Duarte

These stories explore the hearts and minds of women and men facing once-in-a-lifetime decisions and struggling against their own weakness, fear, and anger.  In “What La Llorona Knew,” a mother shares with her daughter a tragic secret that brings them closer together.  In “The Remedy” two quarrelsome sisters drive their parents to distraction until the local curandera prescribes a remedy.

160 pp   paper   $14.00   ISBN978-0-927634-71-0

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Aristeo Brito Author- THE DEVIL IN TEXAS/EL DIABLO EN TEXAS

THE DEVIL IN TEXAS/EL DIABLO EN TEXAS

by Aristeo Brito

translated by David William Foster

Using folklore and oral history, Aristeo Brito weaves the struggles of the oppressed and exploited agrarian community of Presidio, Texas, through three historical periods.

” … a writer of impressive range and possibility.”- Western States Book Awards Jury

“A book of consuming character and muted passion.”- Los Angeles Times

224 pp   paper   $17.00x   ISBN978-0-927534-06-2

Bilingual Review Press

Phone orders  Toll free:  (866)965-0315

E-mail  brp@asu.edu

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Alma Luz Villanueva Author- LUNA’S CALIFORNIA POPPIES

LUNA’S CALIFORNIA POPPIES

by Alma Luz Villanueva

Deserted by her mother, a young girl trying to come to terms with an unstable family situation and a harsh environment records her struggles in her diary. Luna is angry, despairing, joyful, aggressive, and admirable as she triumphs and becomes a young woman.

248 pp cloth $25.00x ISBN 978-0-927534-98-7
paper $15.00 ISBN978-0-927534-90-4

Bilingual Review Press

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E-mail: brp@asu.edu

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Rick Rivera Author- STARS ALWAYS SHINE

STARS ALWAYS SHINE

by Rick Rivera

Two memorable characters with vastly different backgrounds get to know each other as they work as caretakers on a ranch. Placido Moreno is Mexican American and Salvador Campos is an undocumented immigrant. Together they become aware of their similarities and differences.

208 pp. paper $15.00 ISBN 978-1-931010-03-0

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Toll free: (866) 965-3867
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Estela Portillo Trambley Author- TRINI

TRINI

by Estela Portillo Trambley

Two memorable characters with vastly different backgrounds get to know each other as they work as caretakers on a ranch: Placido Merono is Mexican American and Salvador Campos is an undocumented immigrant. Together they become aware of their similarities and differences.

206 pp paper $15.00 ISBN 978-1-931010-03-0

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Ricardo Pimentel Author- HOUSE WITH TWO DOORS

HOUSE WITH TWO DOORS

by Ricardo Pimentel

In 1967 San Bernardino, the Rivera family is on the verge of upheaval. Fidel is cheating on his wife. His eldest son, Bert, is on his way to fight in Vietnam, and his younger son is hanging out with a gang. When Fidel’s wife, Soledad, falls in love with the sergeant who has recruited Bert, she exacts from him a promise that permanently change the way the Rivera family think and feel about each other.

“Pimentel … keeps his reader interested in characters’ lives, episode after episode.”- Multicultural Review

170 pp paper $15.00 ISBN 978-0-927534-67-3

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E-mail: brp@asu.edu

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