• My Sister

    My Sister

    Leyva, Selenis

    An award-winning TV actress and her trans sister tell the story of how they learned to navigate the difficult, often troubled waters of gender transition. Bold, raw, and courageous. - Kirkus

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  • The Hurting Kind

    The Hurting Kind

    Limón, Ada

    The tender, arresting sixth collection from Limón is an ode to the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth that characterizes the natural world. Limón’s crystalline language is a feast for the senses, bringing monumental significance to the minuscule and revealing life in every blade of grass. - Publishers Weekly

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  • Unforgetting

    Unforgetting

    Lovato, Roberto

    Salvadoran-American journalist Lovato recounts in this anguished memoir his 2015 trip to El Salvador to investigate the country’s horrific gang wars. - Publishers Weekly

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  • For Brown Girls With Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts

    For Brown Girls With Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts

    Mojica Rodríguez, Prisca Dorcas

    Latinx activist Rodríguez debuts with an impassioned and accessible guide to dismantling the “systemic oppressions” that hold back women of color. Marked by its candidness and earnest commitment to the power of self-belief, this is an inspiring and well-informed call to action. - Publishers Weekly

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  • Boomerang

    Boomerang

    Obejas, Achy

    A bilingual poetry collection from a Cuban-American writer-activist that explores themes of identity, sexuality, and belonging. - Publisher description

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  • Promises Of Gold

    Promises Of Gold

    Olivarez, José

    In this moving second collection, Olivarez reflects on his Mexican identity through poems that explore platonic and romantic love, the joys of friendship and food, and the pain and loss at the heart of capitalist society. - Publishers Weekly

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  • Mamacita

    Mamacita

    Pons, Andrea

    Pons recounts her story as a Mexican immigrant in the United States and the role that food played in reconciling her identity and reconnecting with her Mexican heritage. Pons adapts and simplifies her mother's and grandmother's dishes... - Library Journal

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  • The Man Who Could Move Clouds

    The Man Who Could Move Clouds

    Rojas Contreras, Ingrid

    [A] lyrical meditation on her family’s history and the legacy of colonialism in Colombia. Fusing the personal and political, this rings out as a bold case against forgetting in a forward-facing age. - Publishers Weekly

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  • Finding Latinx

    Finding Latinx

    Ramos, Paola

    Touring the United States, Ramos interviews Latinx people who are redefining Latino identity. A revelatory, celebratory trip through the amazing diversity of Latinx. - Library Journal

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  • Viva Hollywood

    Viva Hollywood

    Reyes, Luis

    Through an authoritative narrative and lavish photography, this is an in-depth history of the stars, films, achievements, and influence of the Hispanic and Latino community in Hollywood history from the silent era to the present day. - Publisher description

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