“He is sacred in Latino culture but also the object of the erasure of our histories.”
Haris A. Durrani (@hdernity) is the author of Technologies of the Self, a winner of the Driftless Novella Contest from Brain Mill Press. He is also winner of the McSweeney's Student Short Story Contest. His work has appeared in or is forthcoming from McSweeney’s, Comparative Islamic Studies, Lightspeed, Buffalo Almanack, Analog Science Fiction and Fact, The New York Review of Science Fiction, and Media Diversified.
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