Once again, I want to thank all the wonderful and talented authors who collaborated with me to make this month-long celebration of Latinx voices a reality. I had never attempted a project of this scope and am happy with how it turned out. I could have been more organized, but I will focus on the positives instead and look forward to future projects. I hope to make next year’s celebration even better!
For now, here’s a wrap-up post of all the reviews, guest posts, Q&As, and author spotlights featured on my blog throughout Latinx Heritage Month. If you missed any of my posts, now’s your chance to catch up and discover new authors and poets!
I still have a couple more posts planned. They will be added to this list as soon as they are published.
The Alien Consciousness of “Latin@ Rising” – by Matthew Goodwin
The Value in Saying “Latinx” – a variety of authors
Reading Villalobos in McAllen – by Elliott Turner
A ‘Wish for Someplace Else’: Latinx Poetry As Community – by Iliana Rocha
“Saudade” In The Latinx Community – by Jude Sierra
Lisa M. Bradley, author of “The Haunted Gir.”
Tristan J. Tarwater, author of “The Marauders’ Island”
Wendy C. Ortiz, author of “Bruja.”
Radiance – by Emanuel Xavier
Esperanza Rising – by Pam Muñoz Ryan
Signs Preceding the End of the World – by Yuri Herrera
The Marauders’ Island – by Tristan J. Tarwater
Labyrinth Lost – by Zoraida Córdova
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