Dagoberto Gilb

Dagoberto Gilb is the author of The Magic of BloodWoodcuts of Women, and others, most recently Before the End, After the Beginning. He is the founding editor of the magazine HUIZACHE: the magazine of Latino literature. In Mexico City right now, he lives in Austin. DG on Facebook


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Thou Shalt Not Steal Books

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A Tale of Two ’Hoods: A Rap on Silver Lake
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