Latin American comics have a rich history, starting in the 1920s, and continuing on today, including many different genres.
From Mexico City noir to magical, generational tales, these audiobooks are sure to delight as you celebrate Latinx Heritage Month.
Stock your shelves with some Latinx mystery and thriller reads, including A Spy In the Struggle by Aya de Leon.
A reader recommends some Latinx books Netflix should adapt, including Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.
Give these wonderful audiobooks written and read by Latinx women a listen for Latinx Heritage Month this year.
Hispanic Heritage Month starts September 15th! To celebrate now and all year round, here's a list of organizations and groups that promote Latinx literature.
Add these contemporary Afro-Latinx authors to your ever-growing TBR.
A Rioter muses on the appeal of desert fantasy stories and talks to Mark Oshiro about their upcoming book, EACH OF US A DESERT.
Who was Pure Belpré and why she should be your librarian hero, too.
Get to know Isabell Allende books, as well as her life, with this handy guide.