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Award Winning Short Stories

Three literary short-stories about life and love. Including A Stranger in the Village nominated for the prestigious 2007 Pushcart Prize

A collection of three award-winning literary short stories exploring the impact of love. A Stranger in the Village  centers around the arrival of a young woman into a Mexican mountain village, and event that changes sixteen-year-old Hector forever. Sacrifice is an Aztec tale of political intrigue and love. In Curandera, (Spanish for a wise-woman or a folk-healer) Doña Rosa, a market-place curandera, assists the lovelorn through the heartache of love and infidelity.

Title: Corazones
Author: Liese Sherwood-Fabre
Genre: Literary Short Story Collection
Length: 3 Short Stories
Release Date: July 16, 2012



Praise for Corazones

Stranger in the Village Nominated for the XXXI Pushcart Prize (2007)

Also won First Place in the Briar Cliff Review, 2004
“… a fine and engaging story”  – Phil Hey, Briar Cliff Review editor

Sacrifice  Second Place, League of Innovation Literary Contest, 2004

Curandera  Second Place, SouthWest Writers’ Fiction Contest, 2002

Read an Excerpt on Amazon

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