Tag Archives: Mexican American

My America: José Olivarez

Each week, the My America blog series introduces you to one of the writers featured in our [...]


In Their Own Words: Aaron Bobrow-Strain

Aaron Bobrow-Strain is a professor of politics at Whitman College, where he teaches courses dealing with [...]

My America: Erika L. Sánchez

The way Mexicans tell stories, the way they find humor in the most difficult circumstances...I [...]

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“But Where Are You Really From?”

Bestselling author Julissa Arce discusses the trials and importance of writing about and for Latinx [...]

My America: Reyna Grande

For me, writing was an act of survival because it got me through all those [...]

My America: Rigoberto González

"I believe to be American there is a passion for wanting to expand the definition [...]

Why We Should All Read The Squatter and the Don

Classic American literature can sometimes feel as distant in time as it does in style [...]

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