Edwin is a total true crime addict and enjoys listening to audiobooks on long walks with Kenzie, his Scottish Terrier.
Xavier Navarro Aquino was one of many Puerto Ricans impacted by the devastation of Hurricane Maria and subsequent lack of aid from the US government. His debut novel captures the reality of the aftermath, and what it means to be a contemporary subject of colonialism.
With a heroine caught between a freedom-fighting mother and her own entrepreneurial ambitions, Xochitl Gonzalez’s debut novel asks, "Are we defined by the expectations of others?"
The actor, director, and author of 'Brat: An '80s Story' looks back on the decade that shaped his life and became the symbol of a generation.
Eight years after he quit his job and cashed in his 401(k), Jonathan Yanez is one of the most prolific Latinx sci-fi writers today.
Author Silvia Moreno-Garcia weaves both joyous and troubling themes from Mexican culture and history throughout her new horror novel, 'Mexican Gothic.'
National Book Award winner Elizabeth Acevedo holds no punches in her beautifully lyrical verse novel about two sisters who find each other over the loss of a father.