Bio: Sandra Scofield, a former teacher, grew up in west Texas and now lives in Oregon. Her story Trespass was included in The Ploughshares Reader: Stories for the Eighties, and was cited in Best American Stories 1984. Another story, Private Rights, won a Katherine Ann Porter fiction prize in 1985. Other fiction and poetry have appeared in many magazines, including Redbook, Calyx, The Missouri Review, Descant, and others.

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Gringa
This is a novel about Abilene Painter, a young woman with a drab Texas past whose fate leads her to Mexico. Here she becomes the mistress of a powerful bullfighter and rancher, Antonio Velez. Abilene is a study in the pathology of passivity, a woman who has never thought she's had real choices. She toys with risk, playing games with men who belong to Tonio. It is also 1968, a time of student uprisings and massive demonstrations in Mexico City. Abilene, seduced by the danger, walks a fine line.
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