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Texas Monthly has published many stories on the tejano legend Selena over the years, starting with a 1994 piece that ended, “A million Selena fans can’t be wrong,” which was quickly followed by a 1995 article recounting the star’s murder at the hands of Yolanda Saldívar, the president of Selena’s fan club.But the writer who has the most Selena stories under her byline (as of 2023) is Cat Cardenas. A former Texas Monthly intern who later worked as a staff writer from 2019 to 2022, Cardenas mined her lifelong fandom and took every opportunity to write about the singer: when Texas made April 16 “Selena Day”; when Forever 21 launched a Selena clothing collection; when the McNay Art Museum, in San Antonio, opened a photo…

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