Renee Hudson reviews Lucas de Lima’s “Tropical Sacrifice.”
Renee Hudson considers “Akrílica,” a collection of poems by Juan Felipe Herrera.
Renee Hudson considers “Desgraciado” by Angel Dominguez.
Conversion Narratives, and Beyond, Part II: Adam Silvera’s Infinity Cycle and the Superhero Quandary
Renee Hudson sees in Adam Silvera’s YA a thoughtful examination of what it means to engage in policing over community forms of care.
Conversion Narratives, and Beyond, Part I: Isabel Ibañez’s Inkasisa Series and the Failure of the “Woke” Conversion Narrative
Renee Hudson worries over anti-Indigeneity in the novels of Isabel Ibañez.
Renee Hudson considers “To the River, We Are Migrants” by Ayendy Bonifacio.
Renee Hudson considers Ricardo L. Ortiz's "Latinx Literature Now: Between Evanescence and Event."
Renee Hudson reviews Jennine Capó Crucet’s “My Time Among the Whites.”
Renee Hudson reviews “Be Recorder” by Carmen Giménez Smith.
Renee Hudson looks at the relationship between betrayal and revolution in Eunsong Kim’s “Gospel of Regicide.”
Renee Hudson appraises William Demby’s experimental novel “King Comus” in the context of black speculative fiction and the neo-slave narrative.