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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Wednesday, August 4 - Encore, Daniel Olivas

Wednesday at 2:30 on Bibliocracy I replay my recent show featuring writer Daniel Olivas. His collection, Anywhere But L.A. is out now, and a short-short story of his is also included in a beautiful new anthology from Norton called Sudden Fiction Latino: Short-Short Stories from the United States and Latin America. Olivas is the author of five books of fiction and editor himself of the landmark anthology, Latinos in Lotusland. His first full-length novel, The Book of Want, will be published by the University of Arizona Press. Olivas’s writing has been widely anthologized and has appeared in the L.A.Times, THEMA, The Jewish Journal, Exquisite Corpse, New Madrid, MultiCultural Review and the El Paso Times, where he reviews books. Finally, Daniel Olivas blogs each Monday on La Bloga, an online Latino literary arts collective. Today he reads from a variety of his fabulist fiction, short stories which develop out of an appreciation of realistic detail yet build into elaborations of mythic and fairy tale proportion. Thanks for listening. Archived for 90 days, free at the station’s website.

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