• Ginny NiCarthy

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    Seeing for Myself coverSeeing for Myself: A Political Traveler’s Memoir

    Some people who travel go to the beach, visit museums, birdwatch, or sample the local cuisine. Ginny NiCarthy does a special type of “adventure travel”; visiting places that are in the news, talking with the local people, and trying to find out what’s really going on.

    Travel

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  • Jane Onstott

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    National Geographic Traveler Mexico coverNational Geographic Traveler Mexico

    Commissioned by the National Geographic Society, this 400-page book examines Mexico’s history, culture, and essential destinations. Additionally there are hundreds of photographs and short essays on topics like Mexican idioms and slang, medical tourism, the Maya calendar, and the mystery of the disappearing burro. The Travelwise section recommends hotels, restaurants, and must-see festivals and events. Continue Reading »

  • Susan Page

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    Solamente en San Miguel II coverSolamente En San Miguel Volume II

    In story and memoir, poem and essay, Solamente En San Miguel-Volume II offers tales of warmth and wonders, frustrations and epiphanies, muddles and miracles that reveal the variety and texture of the experience of living in Mexico. Midnight cemetery visits, building a house, barking street dogs, falling in love, Christmas shopping for the girls from the orphanage, ending up as a picador in a bullfight after a long night in a bar, fallen women (we’re talking cobblestones here), tequila sunrises and sunsets. Continue Reading »

  • Nicholas Patricca

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    A Nation's Progress coverOne Woman’s Journey: A Nation´s Progress (Peggy Roach)

    A Nation’s Progress tells the story of the activities of Peggy Roach a leader in Chicago and USA civil rights movement.  The book focuses on the projects of Peggy during the 1960’s from the corridors of power in Washington D.C. to the actions of the Contract Buyers’ League on the streets of Chicago to the homes of Black families in Mississippi.  Peggy Roach demonstrates in her life and person the best in the USA and Catholic traditions of social justice. Continue Reading »

  • Sylvia Berek Rosenthal

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    Marry Me With Marigolds coverMarry Me With Marigolds

    From the author of Mrs. Letsaveit comes a completely different book. Sylvia Berek Rosenthal’s Marry Me with Marigolds is a poetry anthology celebrating themes of family, food, aging, illness, love and loss with large measures of humor, a sprinkling of wit, and well-seasoned with wisdom borne from a lifetime of experience.  Sample the delights, chuckle, laugh, wipe away a tear, and find satiety from the abundance within. Continue Reading »

  • Víctor Sahuatoba

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    Cuaderno de San Miguel coverCuaderno de San Miguel/San Miguel Notebook

    “Sharp, distilled tales of tenderness, poetry, humor and passion. San Miguel in refractions: ‘Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird’ as Wallace Stevens put in once. Here, fourteen.”—Tony Cohan, Introduction

    “Narraciones agudas, que destilan ternura, poesía, humor y pasión. San Miguel en refracciones ‘Trece Maneras de Mirar un Pájaro Negro’, como alguna vez lo enunciara Wallace Stevens. He aquí catorce.”—Tony Cohan, Introducción

    Short story collection. Bilingual English/Spanish

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  • John Scherber

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    Place_In_the_Heart_coverLiving in San Miguel: The Heart of the Matter

    A warm and often humorous personal tour, not of the homes of San Miguel, but of the lifestyle issues important to anyone thinking of living there. Health care, housing, dating, cost of living, banking and finance, and fifteen others essential to making an intelligent move. Continue Reading »

  • W.D. and Kathleen Snodgrass

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    Fiction of Hortense Calisher coverThe Fiction of Hortense Calisher

    The first book-length critical study of the works of Hortense Calisher (1911-2009). Kathleen Snodgrass explores the theme and its variations that have permeated Calisher’s complex and stylistically experimental work.
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  • Dr. Linda Sonna

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    Tortillas and Peanut Butter coverTortillas & Peanut Butter: True Confessions of an American Mom Turned Mexican Smuggler

    The story of a mother of four who in the 1960’s decides to leave her unhappy marriage and move to Mexico with her children. With very little money and no profession, she is able to make a life for herself and her children using her wits and more then a little bit of humor.

    Non-fiction

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  • Sharon Steeber

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    The Jews coverThe Jews

    The Jews is the saga of the Luminovs, of their achievements and their heritage, and of the nation they helped build over three generations: Zavel & Marya, fleeing from Russian programs, come to America, not knowing or understanding the test that awaits them; Daniel & Alma, forbidden to marry, their hopes shattered by the bitter hatred of their parents, they learn the cost of rebellion, and pledge their lives with a bond more sacred than marriage. Sadie & Christopher-she a flapper in the Jazz Age, he heir to the Harrington fortune, they have everything they want, but they live in a nation that envies their wealthy and pays with violence. David & Zosa, fiercely loyal to each other, clinging to their transcendent ambitions. Continue Reading »

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