The award-winning author’s wry wit shines in this collection of short stories about culture and social justice in a multicultural land.
“… a funny and absolutely candid snapshot of Hispanics in the Southwest.” —El Paso Times
About the Author
Nash Candelaria has been described as the historical novelist of the Hispanic people of New Mexico. His five novels, hailed as landmarks in Hispanic literature, include Memories of the Alhambra, a seminal novel in Chicano literature; Not by the Sword, an American Book Award winner; Inheritance of Strangers; Leonor Park; and A Daughter's a Daughter. His short stories have appeared in a number of literary magazines and anthologies as well as in two collections. He and his wife live in Santa Fe, New Mexico.