Rooted in Honduran director Nicole Mejia’s perspective, “A Place in the Field” is a scrappy film with a deep sense of place and culture.
“Scream” was the franchise that got me into horror movies but with Melissa Barrera’s firing and Jenna Ortega’s exit one day later, I’m out.
One of the best things about autumn is all the fabulous new Latinx books that get released – so pick up these five, pero ahora.
For the last issue of TheLatinaPress, we celebrate talented Latina writers whose powerful stories resonate with our community’s heartbeat.
Fall into Heritage Month and beyond in TheLatinaPress Nº30, celebrating Latina journalists across the industry.
When looking at the Latinx cinematic canon, Patricia Riggen and Patricia Cardoso are two shining examples of the power of Latina directors.
In “Family Lore,” Elizabeth Acevedo traces each of her character’s lives to create a single, overlapping, and powerful portrait of a family.
In her memoirs, Esmeralda Santiago recounts her experiences in US in the 1950s and 60s and shares truths about the immigrant experience.
TheLatinaPress Nº29: celebrates the last of summer film season and what we did and didn’t accomplish during the warmest months of the year.
Check out this interview with Chicana, Puerto Rican, and New Mexican Marisa Tirado on her “Selena Didn’t Know Spanish Either.”