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Fantasmas : supernatural stories by Mexican American writers

Author: Rob Johnson
Publisher: Tempe, Ariz. : Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, ©2001.
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In Mexico, cuentos de fantasma are a popular form of literature combining fantasy, folktales, and pulp fiction. This is the first collection of such stories written by Mexican American writers.
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Fantasmas.
Tempe, Ariz. : Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, c2001
(OCoLC)657068173
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rob Johnson
ISBN: 1931010021 9781931010023
OCLC Number: 46353435
Description: xvii, 185 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Tía / Carmen Tafolla --
Our story frays / Rubén Degollado --
Cantinflas / Stephen D. Gutiérrez --
The gift / Jacquie Moody --
The devil in the valley / David Rice --
Bad debts and vindictive women / Stephanie R. Reyes --
Beyond eternity / Elva Treviño Hart --
Inocente's getaway / Elena Díaz Björkquist --
Lilith's dance / Gary G. Hernández --
Maldición / Guadalupe García Montaño --
Altar / Kathleen Alcalá --
Tear out my heart / Torie Olson --
La del sapo / Karleen Pendleton Jiménez --
The plumed serpent of Los Angeles / Daniel A. Olivas --
A new night of long knives / Brandt Jesús Cooper --
Hotel Arco Iris / Lucrecia Guerrero --
El Bronco y La Lechuza / Rene Saldaña, Jr. --
Michelle's miracle / Kelley Jácquez --
Day Ah Dallas Mare Toes / Luna Calderón.
Other Titles: Gift.
Devil in the valley.
Del sapo.
Plumed serpent of Los Angeles.
New night of long knives.
Bronco y la lechuza.
Responsibility: edited by Rob Johnson ; introduction by Kathleen J. Alcalá.

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In Mexico, cuentos de fantasma are a popular form of literature combining fantasy, folktales, and pulp fiction. This is the first collection of such stories written by Mexican American writers.

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