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"Students of literature and culture will find this volume interesting. Academic Libraries supporting Latino studies, women's studies and comparative literature programs will want to add it to their collections."
"This collection of 11 essays and interviews examines the craft and themes within the works of a variety of Latina authors….This volume will best serve serious students of Latina literature from the past 20 years."
School Library Journal
"Latina Writers is a collection of 11 essays and interviews that examine the craft and themes in the works of several Latina authors of diverse heritages who trace their roots to the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Gloria Anzaldua, the Chicana author and critic, is the subject of several essays, and the book includes interviews with Judith Ortiz Cofer and Esmeralda Santiago. The essays address such themes as feminism, postmodernism, postcolonialism, gender, the border, linguistics, images of food, and perspectives on being queer and Latina."