1. Chispa, the magazine
I'm trying to find Chispa also and have been told it is
in publishing issues, the latest issue being in 1998. I've just
message to another listserv and if I get a reply I'll let you know.
Marge Fauver, Librarian
Eastside Branch, Santa Barbara Public Library
1102 E. Montecito Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Phone 805-963-3727, Fax 617-344-0433
firstname.lastname@example.org (work) email@example.com (personal)
> Chispa and hundreds of other international serials
> If you want to see Chispa online, click
> One place to hunt for foreign periodicals is a company called
you will find a tool that supports
> searches by country, title, and several other criteria. Chispa
> there, along with dozens of others from Mexico; what's lacking
is at this
> site is descriptive info.
2. Brigida needs Spanish-language storyteller! Now!
I have been asked to help find a Librarian who provides Spanish-language
storytimes for an upcoming conference in Nevada JULY 26!
This is on behalf of a Nevada State Library workshop and the offer
includes airfare and a stipend. The person will be flown to Nevada
on July 26 and flown back to L.A. on the 27th.
If you would like further information, please call me ASAP!
Yes, I realize this is last minute and I will also be referring
the organizer to our Nevada Chapter of Reforma, but I thought I'd
give Angelenos first crack at it.
3. Steve wins big, and so does Teresa. Here's his secret
[The answer to the most recent SOL Rompecabezas was Cafe
Tacuba, whose song called "Las batallas" is based
on a novel by recent birthday boy Josť Emilio Pacheco. Steve
Roehling in New Mexico was quickest on the answer trigger; he wins
Subject: Re: SOL quiz
Gracias, Bruce! I just got back from ALA and visits to relatives
Indianapolis. I am looking forward to getting the prize. Watching
Max" on Univision for years has paid off. Too bad the show
Steve Roehling (505) 873-6638 voice
Branch Manager (505) 873-6639 fax
South Valley Library
Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Library System
3904 Isleta SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105
[Teresa Pacheco in Atlanta is another sharp SOLista who gets
a copy of Ulises criollo by Josť Vasconcelos! Not
a bad deal. So, are you ready for the latest SOL quiz? Okay:
That guy who was ambushed on July 18, 1923--what was his real,
full name? (Note: Previous winners gotta step back & give
someone else a chance) Prize is a book. Good luck!]
SOL: Spanish in Our Libraries
List Moderator: Bruce Jensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
SOL Website: http://skipper.gseis.ucla.edu/students/bjensen/html/sol.htm