|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|FAKE - A Trusted Name - Roman||Carmen Peláez||
Roman justifies the methods he has employed to make a place for himself and Cuban Art in the world’s elite art market.
|FAKE - Andy Warhol's Brillo Boxes - Juan||Carmen Peláez||
Juan shares a story about Andy Warhol’s Brillo boxes as proof that secrets can sometimes be more valuable than profits.
|FAKE - Youth and Beauty - Margaret||Carmen Peláez||
Paintings teach Margaret that none of us are immune to the whims of fate.
|RUM AND COKE - Faith - Iluminada||Carmen Peláez||
To comfort her client Camila, Iluminada, the Santería psychic, explains what it was like when her father died.
|RUM AND COKE - La Habana Got So Cold - Alicia||Carmen Peláez||
Alicia tries to make her granddaughter understand how dangerous Cuba is/was.
|RUM AND COKE - Manicuree, Psychic Being - Iluminada||Carmen Peláez||
Switching from manicurist to Santería psychic being can sometimes be a challenge for Iluminada.
|RUM AND COKE - Nostalgic Aristocrats - Alicia||Carmen Peláez||
Alicia resents those who cannot understand the pain she still feels as a Cuban exile.
|RUM AND COKE - Someday My Prince Will Come - Juana||Carmen Peláez||
No one messes with Juana!
|RUM AND COKE - The Hunger Strike Shift - Alicia||Carmen Peláez||
Alicia, a longtime Cuban exile, still protests the plight of her country each week in “Hunger Strike Shifts.”
|RUM AND COKE - What Makes Beautiful? - Camila||Carmen Peláez||
What makes beautiful, beautiful?
|Vannie's Windows - Vannie||Judith Pratt||
Ordinary Vannie suddenly becomes obsessed with three paintings of windows. One by one, using all possible means, she acquires them. The result is –magical.