“Seductive ... full of infectious vigor ... these stories demand, above all, to be listened to.”—New York Times Book ReviewFrom Ana Castillo, the widely praised author of So Far from God and The Guardians, comes this collection of stories on the experience of love in all its myriad configurations. Infectiously moody and murderously comic, Castillo chronicles the rapturous beginnings, melancholy middles, and bittersweet endings of modern romance between men and women, men and men, and women and women.
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The vitality of Castillo's voice, and the fully engaged lives of her hot-blooded characters, endow her first collection of short stories with earthy eroticism and zesty humor. These 22 tales of love,Jul 29 1996 | Read Full Review of Loverboys: Stories
In the title story, the essence of love's magic is slowly revealed by narrator Carmen, a bisexual would-be writer and proprietor of ""the only bookstore in town that deals with the question of the soul.'' Carmen learns how to experience love from her friends, first as she secludes herself in a pr...| Read Full Review of Loverboys: Stories
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