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  • Rosengren's Booksby Mary Carolyn Hollers George

    Wings Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    Virtually every San Antonio citizen over a certain age with any interest in literature will have vivid memories of Rosengren?s Books. It was the absolute center of literary culture not only in San Antonio, but in Texas, for decades. Indeed, from the 1930s to the 1980s, Rosengren?s Books was considered one of the finest bookstores between New York... more...

  • Lost and Certain of Itby Bryce Milligan

    Wings Press 2006; US$ 9.95

    Lost and Certain of It is a genre-blending collection of Bryce Milligan's poetry and music. Travelling from Texas to New Orleans and from funerals to bus stops, these lyrical and imaginative writings cross back and forth between prose, poetry, and music, resulting in a deeply personal collection of thoughts on music, art, and life. more...

  • Black Like Meby John Howard Griffin; Studs Terkel; Robert Bonazzi; Don Rutledge

    Wings Press 2006; US$ 14.95

    This American classic has been corrected from the original manuscripts and indexed, featuring historic photographs and an extensive biographical afterword. more...

  • Borderlines: Drawing Border Livesby Steven P. Schneider; Reefka Schneider; Norma E. Cantú

    Wings Press 2010; US$ 14.95

    Featuring 25 drawings in charcoal, conte crayons, and pastels, this handbook pairs portraits of people who live and work along the U.S.–Mexico border with bilingual poems that have been inspired by each of the drawings. A testimony to the people of the Rio Grande Valley, these drawings and poems capture their spirit, their quest for happiness, and... more...

  • That's Not Fair! / ¡No Es Justo!by Carmen Tafolla; Sharyll Teneyuca; Terry Ybáñez

    Wings Press 2008; US$ 11.95

    A vivid depiction of the early injustices encountered by a young Mexican-American girl in San Antonio in the 1920's, this book tells the true story of Emma Tenayuca. Emma learns to care deeply about poverty and hunger during a time when many Mexican Americans were starving to death and working unreasonably long hours at slave wages in the city's... more...

  • Fishing for Lightby Marian Aitches

    Wings Press 2010; US$ 9.95

    The fourth title in the Wings Press Whitebird Chapbook Series. Margaret Randall wrote of this book: Marian Aitches fishes for light in rivers, and rivers run through these poems. She fishes back through family history, dream, certitude, and over the south Texas landscape of her childhood. A poet who can write “A thousand years away, / I will be the... more...

  • Maestro of Solitudeby Robert Bonazzi

    Wings Press 2007; US$ 9.95

    Highlighting work from the 1990s into the new millennium, Robert Bonazzi?s fifth book of poems—his first in 20 years—draws upon the slow-gathering wisdom of late middle age. These poems are dialogues between the clockwork of ego and timeless solitude and between earthly intimacy and the death of loved ones; lucid discourses on global politics and... more...

  • In These Latitudesby Robert Bonazzi

    Wings Press 2008; US$ 9.95

    A unique collection of diverse voices, this collection of 10 contemporary poets represents a wide swath of the American South—from Virginia to Texas. In this small anthology, each poet gives voice to the struggles and humors of enduring their middle ages. Poets include Assef Al-Jundi, Nancy Kenney Connelly, H. C. Nash, and Tony Zurio, among others.... more...

  • Milagro Laneby Jay Brandon

    Wings Press 2009; US$ 9.95

    A tale of murder wrapped in family secrets, potentially incestuous relationships, and a diabolic plot to avenge lost love, this intriguing mystery is set in San Antonio, Texas—a traditional city where races and ethnic groups blend. When Estela Valenzuela appears at the funeral of the patriarch of one of the oldest, richest families in town, she fascinates... more...

  • Strangers in Paradiseby Paul Christensen

    Wings Press 2007; US$ 11.95

    Weaving a fascinating dialogue between the Old World as represented by Provence and the New World of the postmodern American university, this memoir describes in finely wrought detail a poet and critic of literary postmodernism moving his family to France and experiencing village life. Stories of amazing adjustments to a wildly different world are... more...