|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.
|Days I Can Barely Get Myself Here - STRIKE: ALL WOMEN STAND UNITED - Gladys||Karen Cecilia||
A cashier at a local Brooklyn food store goes on strike, but after two weeks she wonders about the bigger picture.
|HOW TO NOT DIE HORRIBLY IN A FIRE - Claire||Chloë Whitehorn||
A woman who has just received a marriage proposal reflects on her mother’s advice and her past sex life.
|IN THE NAME OF SALOMÉ - Salomé||Marco Antonio Rodriguez||
A young female poet living in the oppressive times of 1800's Dominican Republic confronts her father about wanting to reveal her politically charged poetry to the world.
|MISS CHIHUAHUA - Fun in Acapulco - Fanny||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Fanny tells her step-daughter about her disappointing experience with Elvis Presley a long time ago.
|MISS CHIHUAHUA - Inheritance - Fanny||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
As a result of her dead husband’s secret QVC shopping addiction, Fanny is left penniless.
|THE ESKIMO WAY - Ivy||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Ivy, used to being in control, is about to lose it when saying goodbye to a dear friend about to die.
|THE WATERMELON FACTORY - Connie||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Connie struggles to explain how she was raped and impregnated by a priest when she was 15.
|TIGHT END - Ash||Rachel Bykowski||
Ash Miller, the starting tight end for her high school football team, prepares for the homecoming game against the school’s biggest rival.
|TODOS SANTOS - Dolores||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Dolores reminisces with her dead husband about language and their children.
|TODOS SANTOS - The Angel Gabriel - Raúl||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Raúl realizes how advanced his mother’s dementia is when she tries to steal a baby from the grocery store.