Long before maquiladoras and transnational migrations, there were pampinos who worked mines owned by American companies in Latin America. Their lives are inspirations, their toils directions of where the spirit can survive. Atacama Poems offers reminders of the importance of fulfilling dreams and remembering those who made them possible. A multi-generational family album, where voices carry like echoes.
Author: June Allen Reading
A record of the voyage of the Sutton by Thomas Whaley. Compiled and edited from the original manuscript, with journal and letters of 1848-49, includes notes and original illustrations, by …$ 10.00 Add to cart
Author: Jim Miller
Sunshine/Noir Writing From San Diego and Tijuana is the inaugural book from San Diego’s only literary press, San Diego City Works Press. It contains an innovative mix of fiction, non-fiction, …$ 12.95 Read more