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Interview with Steven Torres- Author

Steven Torres was born and raised in New York City,
but did spend a year and a half of his youth in Puerto Rico. The author of

six traditionally published novels including PRECINCT PUERTO RICO and THE

CONCRETE MAZE, Steven has recently ventured into ebooks with LUCY CRUZ AND THE

CHUPACABRA KILLINGS and KILLING WAYS 2: URBAN STORIES. He lives in…
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Added by Theresa Varela on November 19, 2011 at 5:29am — No Comments

The Writer's Connection



My reading list has multiplied faster than a litter of reggaetoning

bunnies. Once the word was out that I’d been on the hunt for good Latino

mysteries, I’d somehow connected with a bunch of readers and a crazy number of

writers.  When I started blogging and trying to figure out what I wanted to

focus on, I came up with three things. They were spirituality,…

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Added by Theresa Varela on September 30, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments

Latino/a Mysteries- The Saga Continues

What an eye opener! There was a great response to my last week’s blog on the search

for the whereabouts of a good Latina/o Mystery.  Authors, friends of authors

and, I’m sure, los primos de authors responded with clues on

how to find exactly what I’d been looking for.  My list grows and, if you take a

look at the comment sections at…

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Added by Theresa Varela on September 24, 2011 at 12:42am — No Comments

The Search for Latina/o Mysteries

 

I’m on the case. After browsing through many mysteries at a very popular bookstore in Brooklyn, I came home and took a picture of one of my bookshelves. I had to prove to myself that there are books written by Latinos. It’s true, there are no Latino mysteries anywhere in my apartment. The lack of them remains to me, a mystery.

 

I’ve had notions of various mystery…

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Added by Theresa Varela on September 23, 2011 at 11:49pm — No Comments

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