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10 Contemporary Afro-Latino Authors
At Latino Book Review, we celebrate the diversity of cultural traditions, recollections, and histories that intersect with our identities as a community. That means creating a space that is inclusive of our divergent voices and exploring how our legacies are being illustrated. Continue reading...
Pilo Galindo (Nov. 10, 1957) is a Mexican scriptwriter and narrator from in Ciudad Juarez. He has lived in the border city all his life, and has won several national literary awards. His play, Río Ánimas, is a story about love, abandonment and mystical beliefs that communicates Continue reading...
Diaspora: Selected and New Poems
In the poem “Autobiography”, Frank Varela explains how “Identity was never a question / of geography and language / or time in distance” and how he “was always on the outside looking in”. With vivid scenarios depicting the stages and the cultures of his Continue reading...
DACA Through Art
Originally from Corpus Christi and currently a resident of the Rio Grande Valley, Luis Corpus has decided to generate awareness of the situation DACA recipients currently face through his portraiture artwork. As an educator in South Texas, Luis has been able to witness Continue reading...