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Omar S. Castaneda
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Ashabranner, Brent, Children of the Maya, A Guatemalan Indian Odyssey, Dodd, 1986.

This is an illustrated nonfiction book about a group of
Guatemalan Mayans who flee their native land to
escape the political situation. They come to the United
States and settle in southern Florida.


Carlson, Lori M., Where Angels Glide at Dawn: New Stories from Latin America, Econo-Clad Books, 1999.

A collection of ten short stories, this book provides
insights into a variety of people's lives and their
situations.

Castañeda, Omar S., Naranjo the Muse: A Collection of Stories, Arte Publico Press, 1997.

Castañeda's use of magical realism brings intrigue to
this collection of interrelated stories.

—, Remembering to Say "Mouth" or "Face", Black Ice Books, 1993.

This award-winning collection of short fiction includes
magical realism, social harshness, and
surrealistic elements in stories about often-uprooted
characters.


Jenness, Aylette, A Life of Their Own: An Indian...

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