152 pp. | paper only | $12.00
From Mexico City to Aztlán,
Oregon, in bittersweet comic fables and through tales of frightening
realism, Daniel Chacón captures the shrewd, furtive, and
sometimes torturous ways by which Mexican-Americans manage to survive
an intimidating territory. Although a collection of stories,
this book is A Portrait of the Chicano Artist as a Young Man.
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