This collection includes photos, DVDs, a floppy disk, notes, course materials, correspondence, conference materials, writings,
and legal documents. The materials in this collection relate to the personal life and professional interests of Eliud Martinez,
Professor Emeritus of Creative Writing and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Riverside.
Eliud Martínez is an artist and novelist. He is the author of Voice-Haunted Journey and of two unpublished novels. He has
also published short story excerpts from his unpublished novels. Professor Emeritus of Creative Writing and Comparative Literature
at the University of California, Riverside campus, he has published several scholarly articles and essays, and a book, The
Art of Mariano Azuela. In 1975 he introduced the first multi-ethnic literature course at UC Riverside, "Chicano Literature
in Comparative Ethnic Perspective." In 1985, he designed "Introduction to Race and Ethnicity," a course that became a requirement
for all students at UC Riverside. In 1991 his course "Creative Writing and Ancestry" also became a required course for majors
and minors in creative writing. The stories included in this anthology were written for this class.
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