|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|AT LONG LAST LEO - Leo||Mark Stein||
Leo, who has written a 638-page treatise to create a new way of living, shares his frustrations at getting anyone to read it.
|BARCELÓ ON THE ROCKS - Dennis||Marco Antonio Rodriguez||
A stuttering, street-smart New York thug attempts to convince his brother not to move out of the apartment they share with their increasingly difficult father.
|BARCELÓ ON THE ROCKS - Nino||Marco Antonio Rodriguez||
An ailing Dominican man finally reveals a long-kept secret to his two sons.
|LET'S FIX ANDY - Fat - Andy||Rachel Bublitz||
A fat man defines how fat defines and limits his life.
|LETTER FROM A SOLDIER: MY NAME IS AL SALUTER (Extended Version)||Deb Victoroff||
A soldier in Afghanistan tells the story of his friendship with a young Afghani.
|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.
|Permanent - Carlos||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Carlos, a man with tattoos, goes in for a job interview and wants nothing but the truth.
|THE REAL STORY - Mark||Bob Clyman||
Curiosity and journalistic instinct drive Mark to strike up a conversation with a mysterious stranger in the airport.
|THE WATERMELON FACTORY - Connie||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Connie struggles to explain how she was raped and impregnated by a priest when she was 15.
|TIERRA - Luz||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
It’s the 1920’s, and the Mexican Revolution has ended. Luz introduces herself to a small village she has been tasked to educate.
|TODOS SANTOS - Dolores||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Dolores reminisces with her dead husband about language and their children.
|TRANCED - Philip||Bob Clyman||
Philip, an expert in hypnosis, shares his very diverse heritage.