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From the Publisher"In Literary El Paso, Marcia Hatfield Daudistel has assembled a treasure trove of fine writing. Stories, essays, and poems meld into a collection of rich literature that also provides a unique history of a complex, colorful, and vibrant region, El Paso del Norte." —John Rechy, author of City of Night, The Miraculous Day of Amalia Gomez, and About My Life and the Kept Woman.
"In Literary El Paso, the newest anthology in the Literary Cities series from TCU Press, there's plenty to love and linger over, and some to skim on the long drive west... If one goal of a good anthology is to inspire further reading, Literary El Paso succeeds in adding half a dozen writers to my list... It showcases the stories, poetry and fiction of the many excellent Chicano writers to come out of El Paso... Sharing one rare setting—the same desert mountains, high schools, bridges, streets, shops, two countries, one river—the stories and poems in Literary El Paso at times share a similar voice—open, honest, often irreverent." —Texas Observer
"...ultimately Literary El Paso provides what anyone looks for in such an extensive and varied collection: a montón of fun.—La Bloga