Defying Genre, Defying Otherness
WORD and Latinx in Publishing present a panel featuring Women of Color exploring how their writing embraces alternative narrative structures and ignore the typical binds of genre. While traditional publishing is finally embracing diversity, authors have long pushed past the restrictive definitions and categories that attempt to structurally oppress expression. Featuring Zoraida Córdova of the Brooklyn Brujas chronicles, and Angela Maria Spring, spoken word poet and owner of Duende District bookstore, and Saraciea J Fennell, the founder of The Bronx Is Reading. From a fantastical future to a hard look at the consequences of romance within the patriarchy, we’ll dive into how our experiences that defy our culturally inflicted limitations help to push our literature forward.
An NPR Best Young Adult Book of 2016
Tor.com's Best YA SFF of 2016
A Bustle Best Book of 2016 Selection
A Paste Magazine's Best Books of 2016
The only way to get her family back is to travel to a land in between, as dark as Limbo and as strange as Wonderland...
Three sisters. One spell. Countless dead.
Lula Mortiz feels like an outsider. Her sister's newfound Encantrix powers have wounded her in ways that Lula's bruja healing powers can't fix, and she longs for the comfort her family once brought her. Thank the Deos for Maks, her sweet, steady boyfriend who sees the beauty within her and brings light to her life.