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A nonfiction novela about a fairytale: a visit to Maximilian von Habsburg's Italian castle

Originally published in The Massachusetts Review (winner, Washingtion Prize for Best Personal Essay).By the author of the novel The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire and Sky Over El Nido, winner of the Flannery O'Connor Award.

From Mexico to Miramar or, Across the Lake of Oblivion
A journey to the Italian castle of Mexico's Emperor Maximilian
by C.M. Mayo
ISBN 978-0-9852781-1-3

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From Mexico to Miramar or, Across the Lake of Oblivion
by C.M. Mayo

A nonfiction novela about a fairytale: a visit to Maximilian von Habsburg's castle in Trieste, 2003. Previously published in The Massachusetts Review (winner, Washingtion Prize for Best Personal Essay). This was a journey undertaken as part of the research for The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire (Unbridled Books), the novel based on the true story.




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From Mexico to Miramar or, Across the Lake of Oblivion
A nonfiction novela about a fairytale: a visit to the Maximilian von Habsburg's Italian castle
by C.M. Mayo
Originally published in the Massachusetts Review; winner of the Washington Writing Prize for Best Personal Essay. By the author of the novel The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire and Sky Over El Nido, winner of the Flannery O'Connor Award.
e-book, May 15, 2011
Downloadable PDF, Kindle, and iBook editions.

The novelesque short story priginally published in the Kenyon Review.

By the author of the novel The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire and Sky Over El Nido, winner of the Flannery O'Connor Award.

e-book, May 1, 2011




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