Links

Here’s a list of Hispanic authors, publishers and other resources:

Authors:

A: Alma Flor Ada, Daniel Alarcón, Malín Alegría, Isabel Allende, Julia Alvarez, Julia Amante, George Ancona, Gustavo Arellano

B: Jimmy Santiago Baca, Sandra Rodriguez Barron, Monica Brown

C: F. Isabel Campoy, James Canón, Oscar Casares, Ana Castillo, Joy Castro, Sandra Cisneros, Veronica Chambers, Leila Cobo, Paulo CoelhoJeanne Córdova, Sarah Cortez

D: Matt de la Peña, Carolina de Robertis, Junot Diaz, Lynn Di Iorio, Ariel Dorfman

E: Patricia Engel, Margarita EngleMartin Espada

G: Diana Gabaldon, Cristina Garcia, Kami Garcia, Dagoberto Gilb, Francisco Goldman, Christina Diaz Gonzalez, Lucia Gonzalez, Rigoberto Gonzalez, Reyna Grande

H: David A. Hernandez, Quiara Alegría Hudes

L: Laura Lacamara, Rene Colato Lainez

M: Guadalupe Garcia McCall, Sarah McCoy, Meg Medina, Ana Menéndez, Pat Mora, Cherrie Moraga, Aaron Michael Morales, Manuel Muñoz

N: Sigrid Nunez

O: Daniel Olivas, José-Luis Orozco

P: Melinda Palacio, Ashley Hope Perez, Felice PicanoCaridad Piñeiro, Salvador Plascencia, Mara Price

Q: Sofia Quintero

R: Raul Ramos y Sanchez, Bettina Restropo, Charles Rice-González, Linda Rodriguez, Luis J. Rodriguez, Pam Munoz Ryan

S: Antonio Sacre, René Saldana, Jr., Alex Sanchez, Esmeralda Santiago, Michele Serros, Javier Sierra, Gary Soto, Francisco X. Stork

T: Carmen Tafolla, Héctor Tobar, Sergio Troncoso, Duncan Tonatiuh

U: Luis Alberto Urrea

V: Alisa Valdes, Samantha Vamos, Ian Vasquez, Eric Velasquez, Marisel Vera, Victor Villasenor, Marcos Villatoro

Y: Richard Yanez

Z: Carlos Ruiz Zafón, Gwendolyn Zepeda, Joaquin Zihuatanejo

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One response to “Links

  1. Irma Caiazzo

    “Two Countries…Two Loves” by Irma Schettini Caiazzo is a book about life in San Juan Puerto Rico and NYC for a young Hispanic girl who learned it is possible to love your country of birth and be a proud American.
    It chronicles life in Old San Juan and NYC during an exciting period of history WW II.
    I would like to send a press release to be posted on your website to encourage Latinos to read it. I also lived for twenty five years in Las Cruces, NM just north of El Paso,TX.
    Excerpts available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnes&noble.com

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