We here at the SDSU Press are excited to announce the limited edition release of BORDER LIVES: Personal Essay on the U.S.-Mexico Border. With only 200 numbered copies available, this 2nd edition comes with an excitingly redesigned cover, is filled with illustrations, and dives into creative non-fiction personal essays from esteemed writers such as James Bradley, David Clayton, José Manuel Di Bella, Carlos Fabián Saravia, D. Emily Hicks, Ramona Mejía, William A. Nericcio, Harry Polkinhorn, Leobardo Saravia Quiroz, Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz. The seventh in the Binational Press border series, Border Lives explores the living, changing genre of the personal essay as it is being practiced along the U.S.-Mexico Border and comes with both Spanish and English translations of each essay back to back!
Edited by Harry Polkinhorn, Rogelio Reyes, & Gabriel Trujullo Muñoz, BORDER LIVES: Personal Essay on the U.S.-Mexico Border is available now for a limited tim through the SDSU Press!
Preview a few of the book's ample abstract illustrations:
|From an essay by D. Emily Hicks|
|Also from a D. Emily Hicks essay|
|From an essay by William A. Nericcio|