Issue 117: El Otro Lado

El Otro Lado (the other side) – poetry and prose from Latina & Chicana writers. Ana Castillo, Helena Viramontes, Lioda Maritza Pérez, Alvina Quintana, Julia Alvarez, Sandra Cisneros.


God’s Little Eyes Watching – Helena María Viramontes, From Geographies of Home – Loida Maritza Pérez, The Santiago Boy – H.G. Carrillo, Three Stories – Manuel Muñoz, No Volcano, Goddammit. No Smoke Holes – Regi Claire, Flamingo – Jenni Daiches


Ana Castillo, Julia Alvarez, Sandra Cisneros, Liliana Valenzuela, Diana Garcia, Dilys Rose, Valerie Gillies


El Otro Lado – Faith Pullin, The Future(s) of U.S. Latina Literature – Alvina E. Quintana, Myth and Subjectivity: Chicana Identity in the Fiction of Ana Castillo – Clare M. Brown, Aruzza, Manolete, Verdi’s Aida and the Latin American Boom: Periphery Versus Centre – José V. Saval, Virtual Freedom: The Final Works of Reinaldo Arenas – Karl Posso, Beyond the Aleph: A Literary Trip to Argentina – Kapka Kassabova


Janette Ayachi, H.R. Dozier, II, Robert Alan Jamieson, Stephen Lackaye, Joshua Makaruk, Thomas Moore, Lauren Pope


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