First printing, a trade paperback original. Poems which form a "series of episodes from the life of Dream-boy, a young man who finds himself seduced, and later enslaved, by the siren song of cocaine. . . In Thirteen Mexicans, the author writes of the Chicano community and the gulf between the American dream and American reality." Born in New Mexico, of Chicano and Apache heritage, Baca was a runaway at 13, in prison at 21, and so he writes out of deep personal knowledge. 143 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. .ISBN # 0-8021-39477
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