|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Yaritza||Rae Binstock||
Fond memories and hard times for Mexican-Americans in the midst of the Great Depression.
|FABULOUS MONSTERS - Dead - Slade||Diana Burbano||
Seen it all Punk Rocker Slade describes to her AA group the various creative ways her compatriot hellraisers have kicked the bucket.
|FABULOUS MONSTERS - Play Your Guts Out - Slade||Diana Burbano||
Seen it all Punk Rocker from the 70’s; alive, sober and cynical as hell tells AA newbies her story.
|LINDA - Amazons Don't Cry - La Linda||Diana Burbano||
La Linda talks about the special hell that is Middle School.
|LINDA - Las Lindas Were Fly - La Linda||Diana Burbano||
La Linda loves Lynda Carter and Linda Ronstadt.
|LINDA - Mi Abuelita, Mi Wonder Woman - La Linda||Diana Burbano||
La Linda thinks about the one person who loved her the best.
|LINDA - Wonder Woman Wetback - La Linda||Diana Burbano||
La Linda has Wonder Woman as a role model to get her out of bad situations.
|LINDA (Extended Version)||Diana Burbano||
A young Latina finds her inner superhero.
|RUM AND COKE - A Gozar - Camila||Carmen Peláez||
Camila has a Cuban-Americanita epiphany in Havana’s Tropicana Nightclub.
|RUM AND COKE - Beauty Survives - Camila||Carmen Peláez||
Returning home from her first ever visit to Cuba, Camila discovers the answer she has been looking for.
|RUM AND COKE - I Will Be Free - Nena||Carmen Peláez||
Nena, a Tropicana Showgirl, could not bring herself to escape to Miami with her true love.
|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 - Was Cuba Anything Like You Thought? - Nena||Carmen Peláez||
Nena describes her two loves: fiancée Luis and being a Tropicana Showgirl.