Strength and Perseverance 

Fred Arroyo's short stories capture the immigrant work experience in America

Western Avenue, Fred Arroyo's new collection of short fiction, is a quick, quiet and affecting work that painfully and beautifully captures the immigrant work experience in America. It especially pays attention to the conflicts that arise between immigrant workers and those who…

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