Susana Hayward

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No Escape

by Susana Hayward | Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 15:33 CST
For Mexicans fleeing violence, the United States offers no refuge.

The Write Stuff

Recalcitrant, stubborn and feisty, Dave Oliphant emerges in his memoir as a one-man bulldozer in the roadblocks of his life, an often-bumbling scholar who is so earnest you can’t help but love him, though sometimes he drives you crazy. In … Read More


Long Live the King

Archives of a cult classic are open for all to judge.

Punctuated by chiming, infectious laughter, it was an otherwise serious affair that brought several hundred people to a conference on the seventh floor of the Alkek Library at Texas State University-San Marcos one breezy evening last month. Jim Dauterive, writer … Read More


The Conundrum in Caracas

On a hot afternoon seven years ago, Vicente Fox went to Oaxaca to celebrate his presidential victory, which ended 71 years of one-party rule in Mexico. Thousands of Indians from Zapotec villages came to see the new president, who appeared … Read More