Roberta Fernández has gathered the best and most representative examples of fiction, poetry, drama and essay currently being written by Latina writers of the United States. The work is arranged by genre, and topics are as varied as the voices and styles of the writers: the challenge of living in two cultures; experiencing marginality as a result of class, ethnicity, and/or gender; Latina feminism; the celebration of one’s culture and its people. Most of the pieces are in English and some are presented bilingually in English and Spanish. A preface and an introduction by the editor and a foreword by the noted critic of Latin American literature, Jean Franco, serve to contextualize the writers and their work; a primary and secondary bibliography serves as an appendix.
|Publisher:||Arte Publico Press|
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|File size:||5 MB|
About the Author
ROBERTA FERNÁNDEZ is the author of Intaglio: A Novel in Six Stories(Arte Público Press, 1990), winner of the Multicultural Publishers Exchange Best Book of Fiction Award, and Fronterizas: Una novela en seis cuentos (Arte Público Press, 2001) and the editor of In Other Words: Literature by Latinas of the United States (Arte Público Press, 1994).