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“Down the Line,” by Edward Vidaurre, originally appeared in the “Chicano Blood Transfusion” short-story collection. A Boyle Heights, California, native, Vidaurre is the publisher and editor-in-chief of FlowerSong Press and the author of several poetry collections. He is the 2018-2019 City of…
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