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Creative Literature and Biography

Chantel Acevedo, Love and Ghost Letters. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2005. 312 pp., hardcover, $23.95. Novel.

Alicia Alarcon, The Border Patrol Ate My Dust. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2004. 203 pp., paperback, $14.95. Short stories.

Joe Benevento, The Odd Squad. Lake Forest, CA: Behler Publications, 2005. 163 pp., paperback, $13.95. Novel.

Andres Berger-Kiss, Mis tres patrias y un punado depolvo. Madrid: Editorial Betania (Apartado de Correos 50.767, 28080 Madrid, Espana), 2004. 160 pp., paperback. Poetry.

Juan B. Ciuro, Lousy Puerto Rican. Basking Ridge, NJ: Shafer Publishing (P.O. Box 140, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920), 2004. 208 pp., paperback, $10.00. Novel.

Francisco Coloane, Cape Horn and Other Stories from the End of the World. Translated and with an introduction by David A. Petreman. Pittsburgh: Latin American Literary Review Press, 2003. 184 pp., paperback. Short stories.

Lucha Corpi, Crimson Moon. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2004. 177 pp., paperback. Novel.

Ruben Dario, Songs of Life and Hope/Cantos de Vida y Esperanza. Edited and translated by Alberto Acereda and Will Derusha. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2004. 262 pp., paperback. Poetry.

Lorenzo de Zavala, Journey to the United States of North America/Viaje a los Estados Unidos de Norte America. Introduction by John Michael Rivera. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2005. 392 pp., $16.95. Travel narrative.

Frank O. Dolezal, Drums in the Hills. Bloomington, IN: 1st Books Library, 2000. 466 pp., paperback. Biography.

Nasario Garcia, Tiempos Lejanos. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2004. 152 pp., hardcover, $23.95. Poetry.

Xavier Garza, Creepy Creatures and Other Cucuys. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2004. 72 pp., paperback, $9.95. Short stories.

--, Lucha Libre." The Man in the Silver Mask. El Paso, TX: Cinco Puntos Press, 2005.40 pp., hardcover, $17.95. Children's book.

Alicia Gaspar de Alba, Desert Blood: The Juarez Murders. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2005. 340 pp., hardcover, $23.95. Novel.

Joe Hays, A Spoon for Every Bite/Una cuchara para cada bocado. Illustrated by Rebecca Leer. El Paso, TX: Cinco Puntos Press, 2005.32 pp., paperback, $8.95. Children's book.

Rolando Hinojosa, Dear Rafe/Mi querido Raja. With an introduction by Manuel Martin-Rodriguez. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2005. 255 pp., paperback, $14.95.

Carolina Hospital, The Child of Exile: A Poetry Memoir. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2004.96 pp., paperback, $11.95. Poetry.

C.M. Mayo, El cielo de El Nido y otros relatos. Mexico, D.F.: Editorial Planeta Mexicana, 2003. 230 pp., paperback. Short stories.

Himilce Novas, Princess Papaya. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2004. 240 pp., paperback, $14.95. Novel.

Judith Ortiz Cofer, The Meaning of Consuelo. Boston: Beacon Press, 2005. 196 pp., paperback, $13.00. Novel.

Gaspar Perez de Villagra, Historia de la Nueva Mexico, 1610. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2004. 416 pp., hardcover, $45.00. Epic poetry.

Cecile Pineda, Face. San Antonio: Wings Press, 2003. 173 pp., paperback, $16.00. Novel.

Charles Potts, Kiot. Yakima: Blue Begonia Press (225 South 15th Avenue, Yakima, WA 98902-3821), 2005.256 pp., paperback. Poetry.

Julio Ramon Ribeyro, Cbronicle of San Gabriel. Translated by John Penuel. Pittsburgh: Latin American Literary Review Press, 2004. 148 pp., paperback, $14.95. Novel.

Guadalupe Rivera Marin, Diego Rivera the Red. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2004. 256 pp., hardcover, $23.95. Biography.

Edgardo Rodriguez Julia, Cortijo's Wake/El entierro de Cortijo. Translated and with an introduction by Juan Flores. Durham: Duke University Press, 2004. 154 pp., paperback, $16.95. Novel.

Juan Sepulveda, The Life and Times of Willie Velasquez.

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