Issue #25: Mexican Fiction

Issue #25: Mexican Fiction

Price: $10
Issue: #25, Mexican Fiction
Fall 1993
ISBN: 1-879691-22-1

Contents:

  • Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz / “Mexican Narrative at the End of the Century: A Tourist Guide”
  • Federico Campbell / “Los Brothers”
  • Acela Bernal / “The Taste of Good Fortune”
  • Luis Zapata / “The Articles of Faith of a Good Rabble-Rouser” (excerpt)
  • Rosina Conde / “Sonatina”
  • Jorge Raúl López Hidalgo / “The Knots Are Unconnected”
  • Josefina Estrada / “Women in Captivity”
  • Francisco Luna / “With a Flower in Her Hand”
  • Dante Medina / “Shopping in New York”
  • Jorge Ruiz Dueñas / “The Island Kingdom” (excerpt)
  • Alberto Ruy Sánchez / “A Hand on the Sand” (excerpt)
  • Daniel Sada / “The Opportunist”
  • Ana Clavel / “Dark Tears of a Mere Sleeper”
  • Mauricio-José Schwarz / “Glimmerings in Blue Glass”
  • Raúl Acevedo Savin / “Momo Camacho’s Message”
  • José Joaquín Blanco / “The Lady-Killer” (excerpts)
  • Juan Antonio Di Bella / “Nanoroutines” (excerpt)
  • Sergio Gómez Montero / “The Children of God” (excerpts)
  • Jesús Guerra / “The Universe is Named Julia”
  • Alberto Blanco / “The Scribe’s Dream” and “Adventures in an Inkwell”
  • Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz / “Border Hotel” and “Pancho Villainies”
  • Hernán Gutiérrez / “The Third Hobby or Conical Life” (excerpts)
  • Regina Swain / “The Devil Also Dances in the Aloha” and “Señorita Supermán and the Instant Soup Generation”
  • Patricia Laurent Kullick / “Crazy Cuts”
  • Luz Mercedes Barrera / “Molding You”
  • Ignacio Betancourt / “The Omen”
  • Cristina Ibarra / “The Little Eastern Star”
  • Carlos Adolfo Gutiérrez Vidal / “The Festive Years,” “Calm,” and “Bedouin Rap”
  • Paco Ignacio Taibo II / “Tlaloc”
  • Mónica Lavín / “Nicolasa’s Lace”
  • Hugo Valdés Manríquez / “The Crime on Aramberri Street” (excerpt)
  • Silvia Castillejos Peral / “Tomorrow the World Ends”
  • Regina Cohen / “Jazzbluesing”
  • José Manuel Di Bella / “For Our Daily Bread”

Art:

  • Bibiana Fadilla Maltos / two images / mixed media
  • Raúl Romano Osuna / two photographs
  • Contributors’ Notes

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