Editor Marcia Daudistel knows from whence she comes; in fact she comes from being associate director of Texas Western Press in
History, fiction, journalism, self-reflective essay, and to a lesser degree poetry describe and interpret
The pages begin with Tom Lea's Wonderful Country as many such bibliographical hymns do, followed by Carl Hertzog, Owen White, Dale Walker, C.L. Sonnichsen, and others of the traditional choir, some being born before 1900. Then a bit of variation enters with Nancy Hamilton, Bernice Love Wiggins, and Reuben Salazar. In Part II the Other El Paso emerges through Tomas Rivera, Abelardo "Lalo" Delgado, John Rechy, Ana Castillo, Estela Portillo Trambley, Sheryl Luna, Elroy Bode, and others. And there's the tourists photographing body parts in
You'll find recurring figures – folks from Little Chihuahua, brides, Pancho Villa, job hunters, retail shoppers, students, and people wobbling on the threshold between two worlds. Buy the book, take a literary vacation. Meet old friends and make new ones.
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