We salute you, Jovita Idar, during #WomenHistoryMonth.
Continuing his journey along Spain’s Camino de Santiago, author Silvio Sirias profiles the life of Emilia Pardo Bazán, a lady of letters who introduced naturalism to Spanish literature.
Latino Rebels presents: Rebeldes Anthology: Bolder. Bolder, is the first of several Rebeldes Anthology volumes. Staying true to the Latino Rebels tagline: Louder. Prouder. Bolder., this literary work breaks from the confines of mainstream realism, cross boundaries of form and genres, and bluntly covers a broad array of subject matter impacting the Latino community. The […]
Last Monday night at exactly 9:30 pm EST everyone in America skipped a heartbeat while witnessing an epic performance at the Grammys. Introduced by our political humorist lord and savior, Stephen Colbert, everyone enjoyed the opening number, “Alexander Hamilton” of the Broadway musical Hamilton. A few 1,200 guests witnessed it live, at the Richard […]
“I come from the goal nets of a soccer field/where my father taught me how to play.”
Presents: Latino Rebels Town Hall Mixer: Latino Vote 2016 Clearly, it’s overdue for our #RebeldesNation to gather around and have a lively conversation. Our Latino Rebels Town Hall Mixer, presented by our friends at The New York Times Latino Network filled up in less than 24 hours! To that, add the numerous emails we’ve received […]
It’s a question posed to Latinos on a regular basis, but it’s also a question which requires a complex answer.
Writers Darryl “DMC” McDaniels and Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez have the tree-like superhero Groot mistaken for a ceiba by an Afro-Puerto Rican grandmother in New York’s Lower East Side.
“Writers of any ethnicity should be free to write the kind of literature they choose, without performing culture to satisfy the mainstream reader’s preconceptions.”
“El 1 de diciembre fue un día ínfamo en nuestra historia. A ver nuestro gobernador dar limosnas a nuestro maestro colonial era una vergüenza profunda e imperdonable.”
“Throughout his life, Piñero fought difficult circumstances which led him to do unforgivable things, but he always sought to somehow help others reach for more.”
Continuing along Spain’s Camino de Santiago, author Silvio Sirias stops to reflect on how the journey changed the life of a modern-day literary giant.
“The intersection between art and politics has always been fraught with land mines and dismembered limbs of the well-intentioned.”
In his prison cell, Piñero found something that incarceration could never hold captive: a gift that enabled him to express all that at once haunted and inspired him.
A conversation with Daniel Cubias, author of the new detective novel ‘Barrio Imbroglio,’ on writing, Latino authors and self-publishing.
Author Silvio Sirias crosses Órbigo bridge in León, Spain, where in 1434 a local knight undertook a quixotic challenge.
“Piñero’s tales of ‘hood life,’ ‘ghettocide’ and ‘gangster living’ are disturbing but beautiful because they are laced with sincerity.”
A chat with writer, actor, comedian and activist Rick Najera, author of ‘Almost White: Forced Confessions of a Latino in Hollywood,’ who just became a member of Latino Rebels’ advisory board.