(Carmen Tafolla), ISBN: 0-930324-48-X
Baby Coyote and the Old Woman / El Coyotito y la viejita, by Carmen Tafolla. ISBN: 0-930324-48-X $17.95 bilingual illustrated [full color] hardback. Learn about recycling with Baby Coyote in this 'wonderful, gentle, very compassionate book'--(John Nichols). An illustrated book for young children by celebrated Latina poet Carmen Tafolla.
(John Howard Griffin), ISBN: 0-930324-72-2
Winner of: Saturday Review Anisfield-Wolfe Award, 1962 Pacem in terris Award (shared with John F. Kennedy), 1963 Christian Culture Gold Medal (Canada), 1966 Pan African Association Award for Humanism, 1980
Black Like Me, by John Howard Griffin. ISBN: 978-0-930324-72-8, $24.95. The definitive hardback edition of the American classic on racism in the Deep South, corrected from the original manuscripts, now with an index and historical photographs.
(Steven and Reefka Schneider), ISBN: 978-0-916727-65-9
STARRED REVIEW in [Criticas]
(Pam Uschuk), ISBN: 978-0-916727-58-1
American Book Award for 2010 Best Book of Poetry
American Book Award, poetry, love, political poetry, mountains, colorado, anti-war, nature, Pam Uschuk, Pamela Uschuk
(Cecile Pineda), ISBN: 9780916727994
Cecile Pineda's astonishing investigation of the American nuclear industry, the Fukushima Daiichi disaster, and the fate of our planet. In the form of daily journal entries for the year following the meltdown at Fukushima.
(Lorna Dee Cervantes), ISBN: 0-930324-54-4
LATINO BOOK AWARDS -- BEST POETRY BOOK IN ENGLISH, 2nd Place. Winner, Balcones Poetry Prize.
DRIVE: The First Quartet, by Lorna Dee Cervantes. ISBN: 978-0-930324-54-4 $24.95 Cloth, Illustrated, 308 pages. This major collection of poems is a landmark work that received a Latino International Book Award and the Balcones Poetry Prize.
(Pam Uschuk), ISBN: 0-930324-59-5
Recipient of the Tucson / Pima Arts Council Literary Award
poetry, nature poetry, political poetry, Pamela Uschuk, colorado, arizona, new mexico, American Book Award
(Carmen Tafolla), ISBN: 9780916727499
Winner of the 2009 Tomás Rivera Book Award for Mexican American Young Adult Literature
latina fiction, latino fiction, chicana fiction, Texas, san antonio, Carmen Tafolla, Tomas Rivera Award, young adult, prize, humor
(Manuel Ramos), ISBN: 978-0-916727-64-2
Chicano, Chicano Movement, movimiento, Mexican-American fiction, novel, Manuel Ramos, historical fiction, colorado, new mexico
(María Antonietta Berriozábal), ISBN: 9781609402440
Maria Antonietta Berriozabal's parents fled the Mexican Revolution soon after it began. But Berriozabal is not simply a "daughter of immigrants." She was the first Latina to be elected to the City Council of San Antonio, Texas. In 1991 she narrowly lost a race to become Mayor. In 1994 she received a presidential appointment as the U.S. Representative to the Inter-American Commission on Women of the OAS. She also represented her country at UN Conferences and at the 1995 World Conference on Women in Beijing, China. Her powerful memoir documents her long journey.
(Carmen Tafolla), ISBN: 978-0-916727-98-7
Rebozos features passionate poems by San Antonio's Poet Laureate Carmen Tafolla and haunting paintings by California artist Catalina Gárate García. It is a magnificent art book that re-creates the originality of Mexican rebozos in vivid images and colors. Simultaneously it is a celebration of womanhood and a gift book rich in cultural history. — Robert Bonazzi, in the San Antonio Express-News
(Carmen Tafolla), ISBN: 0-916727-10-6
Carmen Tafolla, poetry, Latina poetry, Chicana poetry, San Antonio, Texas,
(Carmen Tafolla), ISBN: 0-916727-33-5
Emma Tenayuca as a young girl learned about inequality, persecution, racism, classicism -- and she learned to say "That's not fair! -- "No es justo!" Carmen Tafolla and Sharyll Teneyuca tell Emma's story as a passionate child who became the first Mexican-American labor leader in the 1930s when she led a strike against the unfair labor practices of the pecan shelling industry in San Antonio and South Texas.
(Brenda Webster), ISBN: 9780916727451
Brenda Webster was the 2009 Library Laureate of the San Francisco Public Library. On the Kindle bestseller list, 2012.
Freud, fiction, biographical fiction, historical fiction, freudian, analysis, psychoanalysis, Victor Tausk, Viktor Tausk, "most brilliant disciple," suicide,1918, Helene Deutsch, "Freud's darling," Lou Andreas-Salomé, "serial muse," Nietzsche, Rilke
(Pam Uschuk), ISBN: 9780916727925
Wild in the Plaza of Memory contains some of the finest eco-poetry in the language. Uschuk's vision encompasses war, environmental degradation, cultural collapse and yet simultaneously celebrates life and resistance. Beautiful and powerful.