True Tales From Mexico NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with author and journalist Sam Quinones, about his new book of strange and wonderful stories of what he calls the "real Mexico."
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NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with author and journalist Sam Quinones, about his new book of strange and wonderful stories of what he calls the "real Mexico." They chat about Popsicle entrepreneurs, transvestite beauty contests, and soap operas. Quinones' book is, True Tales From Another Mexico. (5:21) {Stations: University of New Mexico Press, available from major booksellers}