skip to main content
The Mixquiahuala Letters
Binghampton, Bilingual Press, (1986). The first novel (after several poetry books) by the author of My Father was a Toltec. An epistolary novel for which the author proposes three different routes through the text, none of them in strict conformance with a straight reading. Inscribed by the author to the poet Ai in 1987, in part: "As someone once said to Walt Whitman in a dedication, 'from a less poet'." This is the simultaneous issue in wrappers; tiny foredge nick, else fine. A nice association copy of an uncommon book. Ai won the National Book Award for Vice. [#011725] $250

All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

See more items by CASTILLO, Ana