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Whither Now the Republican Party?

Is it about the core beliefs of the Republican base, or is it about the votes of the American public? Read More »

Book Review: Happy Hour at Casa Dracula by Marta Acosta

If you like humor, vampires, and a sprinkle of Latino flavor, I’d recommend you give this one a try. Read More »

Interview with C. Sanchez-Garcia, Author of The Color of the Moon

"We think of ourselves as good people, but maybe we’ve never been pushed to the limit," says Garcia. Read More »

Interview with Marta Acosta, New York Times Bestselling Author of the Casa Dracula Series

"I’ve always been a fan of paranormal stories that have a strong humorous component as well as a quasi-scientific explanation for oddities," says Acosta. Read More »

Exhibition Review: Frida Kahlo at The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Frida Kahlo's life and art, in painting and biography. Read More »

Interview with Jaime Martinez Wood, Author of Rogelia’s House of Magic

"...your characters should be able to convince others of their point of view," advises Hispanic author Jaime Martinez Wood. Read More »

Book Review: Last Evenings On Earth Roberto Bolano

Last Evenings On Earth is as haunting a collection of short stories that you're liable to read today anywhere. Read More »

Book Review: Notorious by Michelle Martinez

Drugs and deceit combine to make this legal thriller a fascinating look at courtroom drama and drug-related gang violence. Read More »

Book Review: Aunt Julia And The Scriptwriter by Mario Vargas Llosa

Aunt Julia And The Scriptwriter is a surreal novel that blurs distinctions between reality and fiction, fact and invention. Read More »

Interview with Don Miles, author of Cinco de Mayo

This book was triggered when the principal at an elementary school told the whole school that May fifth was Mexican Independence Day. No it’s not... Read More »