Category Archives: Fiction

Cuban Stowaway

Last May, three Cubans were found hiding in a cargo ship traveling from Cuba to South Florida. According to an NBC Miami report, “Port Everglades spokesperson Ellen Kennedy said three Cuban nationals were found by U.S. Customs and Border Protection … Continue reading

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Get a free Amazon bestseller by Mario Escobar!

Spanish writer Mario Escobar is offering 120 FREE copies of his psychological thriller The Circle. First come, first serve! Limited time offer! To get it, go to this link http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RBTRE8O Where it says  “Enter a promotion code or a gift … Continue reading

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An interview with Graciela Limón

Graciela Limón is a Latina Writer, Educator and Activist.  She is the daughter of Mexican Immigrants and a native of Los Angeles. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Spanish Literature from Marymount College Los Angeles, a Master of … Continue reading

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From Habanera, a portrait of a Cuban family

The novel is available in Amazon here Weddings, las bodas…The name conjured up visions of satin dresses, white flowers, Wagner’s wedding march and monumental cakes. But the “special period” had changed that too, scaling down the celebrations. Newlyweds were allowed … Continue reading

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A Virgin for Cachita

From The Astral Plane: Stories of Cuba, The Southwest, and Beyond “Coffee is a great procurer of witchcraft and one shouldn’t drink it in strangers’ homes.” Lydia Cabrera, El Monte. Martin poured milk in his cup of coffee and kept … Continue reading

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El Difunto Fidel, eBook

My short novel El difunto Fidel C. (Spanish) that won the Rincon de la Victoria Award in 2009, is available as paperback. To buy the paper edition, follow this link If you prefer to buy the Kindle edition, it is … Continue reading

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A chic-tea short story

Every Third Wednesday at the Saint James Tearoom A short story, now available in Amazon Three friends get together at the Saint James Tearoom in Albuquerque and deal with work issues, infidelity, how-to books and all things middle-aged. Featuring a … Continue reading

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