In 1923 “Mexicans” Were Cruel Beasts That Moved U.S. Pulp Fiction

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Breaking News! In 1923 “Mexicans” Were Cruel, Scary, Misogynist Beasts that helped Move Pulp Fiction in the U.S…

1928, Weird Tales

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(Weird Tales, November 1928, (Nov 1928, ed. Farnsworth Wright, publ. Popular Fiction Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, $0.25, 144pp, Pulp, magazine) Cover: C. C. Senf)

This post first appeared in the textmex galleryblog.

William Anthony Nericcio, aka “Memo,” is the Director of San Diego State University’s ever-evolving MALAS program(The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences)–a dynamic, interdisciplinary, cultural studies graduate program located near the U.S./Mexico border. Nericcio also serves on the faculties of theChicana/o Studies Department, theCenter for Latin American Studiesand the Department of English and Comparative Literature at SDSU.

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