Drug Trade

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Lee Clay Johnson by Jay Varner
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“I think violence is inherited, it’s taught, and some of the characters are born into bad blood. …The characters are raped and so is the land.”

Juan Villoro by Jeffrey Lawrence & Carlos Fonseca
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Writing in the midst of political upheaval.

Josef Kubota Wladyka by Gary M. Kramer
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Companionship and levity emerge from the exploitation of the drug trade.

Sergio Gonzalez Rodriguez’s The Femicide Machine by Ben Ehrenreich
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The bodies began appearing in 1993: girls and young women, often mutilated and raped, discarded in lots and ravines on the outskirts of Ciudad Juárez.

Natalia Almada by Chris Chang
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Note to the adventurous globe-trotter: If you happen to be looking for ground zero of the Mexican drug wars, Culiacán, capital of the northern state of Sinaloa, may be just the place for you.

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