Jane Alberdeston Coralin, writer of fiction and poetry that stirs the soul - lush, lush, language that creates a thirst, then slakes it.
Alexander Marshall is a multi-talented man blending creative success with charm, modesty, and a strong sense of family legacy.
Victorine Meurent, more than Manet's model, more than odalisque. Artist, creator, a woman trapped not by her failings, but history.
A brilliant, heart breaking, triumphant book of poetry. The reader gets a bite of literary heaven.
Raúl Niño writes about real men, men who let themselves be rescued by love and family, in a small jewel of a chapbook.
C'mon over to the dark side, baby. Milt Rosenblum gives you one sweet ride.
Demetria Martinez speaks truth to power and capitivates in this collection of trenchant, on-the-money essays.
Is there a cabal of evil men working in the shadows to subvert the lives of every American citizen? Not according to Peter Knight's script.
Where do all the good ideas come from? Madmen and artists, according to Silvio Areti. What else is new?
Coco Fusco rattles your cage while performing in one.
The Virgin of Guadalupe is celebrated in this series of essays that reveals She is much more than the Mother of Us All.
Alina Troyano, aka, Carmelita Tropicana, skewers the sacred cows inside and outside Latino culture.