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Nash Candelaria Author- MEMORIES OF THE ALHAMBRA

MEMORIES OF THE ALHAMBRA
by Nash Candelaria

One of Chicano literature’s most celebrated novels, this tale is must reading for those interested in the American Southwest.

“Beautifully handled … Candelaria has probed a question many readers should investigate before dashing off to dig up their roots.”- The Denver Post

192 pp Cloth ISBN 978-0-9601086-1-9

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Nash Candelaria Author- LEONOR PARK

LEONOR PARK

by Nash Candelaria

Set in 1928 in the eve of the Great Depression in New Mexico, this is the fourth novel in a continuation of the author’s highly praised epic historical trilogy of the Rafa family.

“A fitting summation of Candelaria’s saga.”- San Jose Mercury News

200 pp   cloth   $27.00x   ISB978-0-927534-18-5

paper   $17.00   ISBN978-0-927534-19-2

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Nash Candelaria Author- INHERITANCE OF STRANGERS

INHERITANCE OF STRANGERS

by Nash Candelaria

The third novel in the Rafa family saga is set in the aftermath of the Mexican War of 1846 and takes us through the late nineteenth century to New Mexico’s approaching statehood.

272 pp.  cloth  $29.00   ISBN978-0-916950-58-3

paper  419.00   ISBN978-0-918950-59-0

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Nash Candelaria Author- A DAUGHTER’S A DAUGHTER

A DAUGHTER’S A DAUGHTER

by Nash Candelaria

Follows three generations of women in a family, beginning with Liberata, the only daughter of the most prosperous farmer in Los Rafas.  The women repeat the lives of their mothers until Maria’s daughter Irene breaks the pattern.  In the process, she learns to cherish her Chicano roots and rebels against the oppressive gender roles of the previous generations.  Ultimately, Irene discovers a shocking secret about the origin of the legacy she has been given.

256 pp   cloth   $29.00x   978-1-931010-44-3

paper   $19.00 ISBN978-1-931010-45-0

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Nash Candelaria Author- UNCIVIL RIGHTS AND OTHER STORIES

UNCIVIL RIGHTS AND OTHER STORIES

by Nash Candelaria

UNCIVIL RIGHTS is a collection of some of the author’s best short stories and a novella, UNCIVIL RIGHTS, about an activist whose actions create more problems than they solve.  In “Dear Rosita” a father writes a series of letters to a daughter who leaves the family for college and moves into a world that strains her family’s understanding.  In “The Border,” a young man in search of his father is guided by his dreams to find his place in the world.

“… a funny and absolutely candid snapshot of Hispanics in the Southwest.”- El Paso Times

136 pp   paper   $13.00   ISBN978-0-927534-83-3

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Nash Candelaria Author- THE DAY THE CISCO KID SHOT JOHN WAYNE

THE DAY THE CISCO KID SHOT JOHN WAYNE

by Nash Candelaria

Told with wit, humor, and occasional irreverence, these stories range from a delightful reminiscence of growing up a “hyphenated American” with roots in both worlds, to the tale of a young New Mexican bank clerk who fights his own special struggle between the old ways and the new.

172 pp  paper  $16.00x  ISBN978-0-916950-81-1

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Nash Candelaria Author- NOT BY THE SWORD

NOT BY THE SWORD

by Nash Candelaria

The second novel in Candelaria’s series tells the story of Don Francisco Rafa and his family shortly before the Mexican War of 1846.

“…rarely do we get such an interesting and educational perk into the complex and epic history of such states as New Mexico.”- Small Press Review

240 pp cloth $27.00x ISB 978-0-916950-30-9

paper $17.00x ISBN 978-0-916950-31-6

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