444 pp. | paper only | $17.00
Suárez and Delia Poey, eds.
comprehensive anthology of Cuban-American literature presents a
medley of voices-narrators, essayists, and poets-that have come
to forge a literary identity with the United States since their
parents left Cuba to go into exile. Contributors include Óscar
Hijuelos, Gustavo Pérez Firmat, Margarita Engle, Jose Yglesias,
and many others.