Latino Book Review
Héctor Rendón talks with Erika L. Sánchez, a New York Times bestselling author, a National Book Award finalist, and the Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz Chair at DePaul University in Chicago.
The Latino Book Review speaks with Christopher Carmona, author, poet, and interim director of Mexican American Studies at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, about his work, superheroes, the bloody history of the Texas Rangers, and more.
In this interview with Héctor “Vale” Rendón, Julia Alvarez talks about her identity and the role it has in her writing, her time in the Dominican Republic, the impact of her family’s stories, her writing process, and much more.
Sandra Cisneros is one of the most influential Latinx authors of all time, regarded by many as the main reference in Latinx and Chicano literature. She has sold millions of books, and her book, ‘The House of Mango Street,’ is a popular reading in schools and universities across the United States.
On Tuesday, March 15, Vocal Arts DC presented the world premiere of ‘Migrare Mutare’ by the Venezuelan American composer Reinaldo Moya, with texts by Rossy Evelin Lima.