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|This Promised Land, El Salvador. Photographs by Steve Cagan. Text by Beth Cagan and Steve Cagan (Rutgers, 1991)
7.25" x 10.25". 200 pages, plus an essay by Dr. Segundo Montes, S.J., including over 100 photographs. A book about the organization of an intentional commuity by a group of some 9,000 Salvadoran refugees during their 10-year stay in a refugee camp in Colomoncagua, Honduras, and their founding a new community called Ciudad Segundo Montes in the war zones of El Salvador.
This book was awarded a "Book of the Year" prize by the Association for Humanist Sociology, and was later published in an expanded version in Spanish in El Salvador (sorry, the Salvadoran version is now unavailable).
Price: $23, including priority mail postage
|No Es Fácil / It's Not Easy: Looking at Cuba Today. Photographs by Steve Cagan (Catalog of an exhibit at the Robert B. Menschel Photography Gallery, Syracuse University, in 1999—This is Contact Sheet 104, a publication of Light Work)
9"x10". Contains 28 black-and-white images inside, plus a front cover and a back cover photograph. Also contains a short essay of mine about some of the challenges facing a US photographer working in Cuba.
Price: $17, including priority mail postage
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