Skip to main content
Outdated Browser

For the best experience using our website, we recommend upgrading your browser to a newer version or switching to a supported browser.

More Information


Bridging Distances: Three Hispanic Canadian Authors
By María José Giménez
Writing by authors of Latin American descent living in Canada is seldom read, taught, or reviewed beyond the country’s borders.
The Witness
By Israel Centeno
How does a person follow the path of a fairy tale?
Translated from Spanish by Valerie Miles
An Introduction to New Venezuelan Writing
By Ana Nuño
As I write, ten protesters have been killed and several hundred jailed.
A Mexican Story
By Alberto Barrera Tyszka
My friend Lencho Mejía has been murdered thirty-seven times in Los Angeles.
Translated from Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa
Ancient Plumbing
By Milagros Socorro
Her Lycra leggings looked as if they’d been galvanized onto her thighs by the sun’s blowtorch.
Translated from Spanish by Rosalind Harvey