|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|An Itch For The Rich - Federico||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Federico explains what he would do if he won a hundred million dollars.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Yaritza||Rae Binstock||
Fond memories and hard times for Mexican-Americans in the midst of the Great Depression.
|Finding Something to Say - Michael||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
A regretful father reminisces about how proud he is of his gay son.
|Happy For You - Franklin||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Franklin lies to his friend about his performance in a play.
|Hmm, Girl! - Anthony||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Anthony tries to woo a woman at a party and struggles desperately as she loses interest.
|I'm Here - Carolina||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Buried in the rubble of an earthquake in México, Carolina is trapped and tries to call out to someone.
|My Little Baby - Cynthia||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Tired of being a mom, Cynthia wishes there was a way to trade her baby for a new car.
|My Name Is Ricardo||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Ricardo tries his best to tell his date all about myself—without lying.
|RUM AND COKE - Someday My Prince Will Come - Juana||Carmen Peláez||
No one messes with Juana!
|Small Talk - Mandy||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Mandy is a straightforward woman who attempts to make a move on an indecisive man.
|Tired of Failing - Kelly||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Kelly explains how her last visit to the doctor has started her back on her diet plan.
|Two Dollar Train Fare - Hector||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
While selling cheaper train fares, Hector recalls a story about a train event that restored his faith in humanity.
|What I Am Is Hurt - Gregorio||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Gregorio tells his ex-girlfriend what he thinks about her new boyfriend.