Junot Diaz Still Feels Like an Immigrant

Junot Diaz Still Feels Like an Immigrant

September 19, 2013

By Sigal Ratner-Arias, Associated Press/ABC News “He has won a Pulitzer, teaches Americans how to write at MIT and his Spanish-sprinkled stories have been acclaimed in the United States. But […]

Four great summer reads from Latin American and Latino authors

July 29, 2013

By Claudio Iván Remeseira , NBCLatino Looking for a really good book to take on vacation, or to while away a few lazy summer afternoons?  Here are four great reads: “My […]

Chicanísima Chicago Cultural Calendar: April 2013

April 16, 2013

By Teresa Puente, Chicanísima We’re still waiting for spring to arrive in Chicago, but there are plenty of reasons to get out of the house this month. Here is a selection […]

1st Latino to Win PEN/Faulkner Award: Homeboy From US-Mexico Border

March 21, 2013

From Latina Lista In a prestigious literary competition where more than 350 novels and short-story collections by American authors published in the U.S. in 2012 were evaluated by a three-judge […]

Want more Latino authors? Hit the bookstores

February 19, 2013

By Alexandra Aquino-Fike, Being Latino I want books.  Good books by and about Latinos.  Since Latinos comprise a large and growing part of the U.S. population, with increasingly significant purchasing […]

Latinos Need books by Latino Authors, But So Do All Students

December 20, 2012

By Esther Cepeda, NBC Latino Click on picture to read story. [Photo by RLHyde]  

Book Review “Revolt Of The Cockroach People”

June 28, 2012

By Luis Torres, Latinopia As we continue our “second looks” at landmark books of the Chicano experience, here is a renewed look at “The Revolt of the Cockroach People,” by […]