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Speaking Like An Immigrant

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by
Mariana Romo-Carmona

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 184 pages

File size: 228 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Speaking Like An Immigrant, the 2nd edition of this one-of-a-kind bilingual collection by Mariana Romo-Carmona, contains stories of childhood, family, and immigration; stream of consciousness and magical realism, political awakenings, lesbian fantasy, surrealism, militant witchcraft and science fiction, the journey of an immigrant to a new country, and from one century to another. Winner of a Lambda Literary Foundation Award, and an Astraea Lesbian Fiction Award, Romo-Carmona is the author of a novel in English, Living At Night, and co-editor of the ground breaking Cuentos: Stories By Latinas. She was on the faculty of the Goddard College MFA In Writing Program for twelve years, and is on the faculty of the JSM Institute for Labor Studies/CUNY where she teaches literature since 2001. She writes about teaching Latin American literature in English at http://MarianaRomo-Carmona.blogspot.com. Born in Santiago, Chile, she resides in New York City.

Speaking Like An Immigrant, the 2nd edition of this one-of-a-kind bilingual collection by Mariana Romo-Carmona, contains stories of childhood, family, and immigration; stream of consciousness and magical realism, political awakenings, lesbian fantasy, surrealism, militant witchcraft and science fiction, the journey of an immigrant to a new country, and from one century to another. Winner of a Lambda Literary Foundation Award, and an Astraea Lesbian Fiction Award,… (more)

Speaking Like An Immigrant, the 2nd edition of this one-of-a-kind bilingual collection by Mariana Romo-Carmona, contains stories of childhood, family, and immigration; stream of consciousness and magical realism, political awakenings, lesbian fantasy, surrealism, militant witchcraft and science fiction, the journey of an immigrant to a new country, and from one century to another. Winner of a Lambda Literary Foundation Award, and an Astraea Lesbian Fiction Award, Romo-Carmona is the author of a novel in English, Living At Night, and co-editor of the ground breaking Cuentos: Stories By Latinas. She was on the faculty of the Goddard College MFA In Writing Program for twelve years, and is on the faculty of the JSM Institute for Labor Studies/CUNY where she teaches literature since 2001. She writes about teaching Latin American literature in English at http://MarianaRomo-Carmona.blogspot.com. Born in Santiago, Chile, she resides in New York City.

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