Superman for a Day

by Raymond M. Lerma

Superman for a Day                                     (It ain’t what it’s all cracked up to be) “Look! Up in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Superman!”   Was all we needed to hear to drop everything and run en chinga to grab a front row seat on the cold linoleum floor in […]

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The Sorrows of Young Alfonso

by María Teresa Huerta Velásquez

THE SORROWS OF YOUNG ALFONSO  (Rudolfo Anaya) María Teresa Huerta Velásquez March 2017       In The Sorrows of Young Alfonso, Rudolfo Anaya writes his remembrance of things past, reveals the power of imagination and celebrates the worth of storytelling. He introduces Alfonso, a writer, and an unnamed narrator who recounts Alfonso’s reminiscences of his life. […]

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