All of the books we offer are available for purchase on Amazon, Texas A&M University Press Consortium, or directly from the publisher, TCU Press. On the Spanish translation of To Die on Your Feet by Diego Flores Magón there were 1500 copies that were published by the Mexican government to be distributed to libraries and archives all over the country.


Day of the Dead Día de Muertos

by Denis Defibaugh (Author), Ward Albro (Author)

The people of Oaxaca, Mexico, believe the souls of the dead, the antepasados, return every year for a twenty-four-hour visit. They are welcomed into their former homes with gaily decorated altars and offerings of food and gifts. Then they are escorted back to their resting places in the cemeteries. In recent years, Dia de los Muertos has become widely known not only throughout Mexico but also in the United States, drawing tourists in large numbers.

​To Die on Your Feet The Life, Times and Writing of Práxedis Guerrero

by Ward Albro (Author)

​Always a Rebel Ricardo Flores Magón and the Mexican Revolution

by Ward Albro (Author)

Spanish translation of To Die on Your Feet

by Ward Albro (Author)
Translated to Spanish by Diego Flores Magón

Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery 2014 ‧ Documentary

Director: Walter Dominguez
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