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Voices in first person: Reflections on Latino identity. Enterprise, humanities first interplanetary space ship. In ‘Understudy’ a Hollywood special effects artist who sculpts lifelike rubber monster outfits saves the day on an underwater monster flick when he brings in his living model to body-double for the movie s star. ‘What Rough Beast’ chronicles a terrified hitchhiker s flight from the eerie cult leader who arranged her impregnation.

Pages: 42

Publisher: Pithy Press (January 16, 2016)

ISBN: B01APP3L1O

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