6 Ws with Teresa Dovalpage

In Joan Livingston’s website Teresa Dovalpage is the next author to appear in this 6Ws series. I do have a confession to make. Not only is Teresa a talented writer in English and Spanish, she is one of my dearest friends. As you can read from her answers, she is a lot of fun. Her latest…

Interview with Jonisha Rios

Jonisha Rios is a graduate of American Musical and Dramatic Academy and the University of Connecticut. She is an award-winning actress and the writer and solo performer of the critically acclaimed one-woman-show Nude in New York. In November of 2007, Lions Gate released her first written feature film A Wonderful Christmas: Feliz Navidad. Jonisha is in pre-production for both…

An interview with Graciela Limón

Graciela Limón is a Latina Writer, Educator and Activist.  She is the daughter of Mexican Immigrants and a native of Los Angeles. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Spanish Literature from Marymount College Los Angeles, a Master of Arts Degree in the same field from the University of the Americas Mexico City, followed…

Entrevista en el Nuevo Herald

por Luis De la Paz Originalmente publicada en el Nuevo Herald Teresa Dovalpage nació en La Habana en 1966 y ahora vive en Taos, Nuevo México, donde se desempeña como profesora en la universidad local y columnista para el periódico Taos News. Tiene un doctorado en literatura y escribe indistintamente en su lengua materna como…

Interview with Karina Cano

Interview with Karina Cano, site manager for Hispanic.com. Karina is of Hispanic and Yaqui Indian descent, a U.T. Austin grad and calls the Alamo City of San Antonio home.  Visit Hispanic.com Facebook page here Teresa Dovalpage: Why did you decide to open Hispanic.com? Karina Cano: We re-launched Hispanic.com last year.  It’s been a lot of…

Interview in The Latino Author

This week, TheLatinoAuthor.com is interviewing author Teresa Dovalpage who was born in Havana and now lives in Taos, New Mexico. She has a PhD in literature and currently teaches at UNM-Taos. She also writes a weekly column for the local newspaper, Taos News. A bilingual author, she has published six novels, four in Spanish and…

Papaya Suite: a three-city journey to adulthood

Interview with Cuban Writer Teresa Bevin  Teresa Bevin is an educator, author and psychotherapist. Born in Cuba, she emigrated to the United Statesfollowing several interim years in Spain.  She is a graduate of the University of Maryland and George Washington University. Ms. Bevin resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico and works with victims and perpetrators…

Always and Only and Ever About Love

 Mom’s collage, by Marlena Valdez Freelove The Taos Gallery will be hosting a talk and exhibit on March 9th from 3:00-8:00 pm on the end of the Mayan Calendar. The title of the show is “Always and Only and Ever About Love.” Artists Patricia Padilla, Janie Cutliff and Marlena Freelove will be exhibiting their…

Cubans around the (publishing) world

An interview with three Cuban publishers Fabio Murrieta Marlene Moleón I met Marlene Moleón and Andrés Pi during the 2010 Miami Book Fair. They represent two faces of the modern publishing industry: e-books and printing on demand, which are relatively new and not completely understood…at least by some. As for Fabio Murrieta, I read one…

The Seven Teachings of the Anishnabe people

Old wisdom travels from Winnipeg to New Mexico In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Cambridge architectural scholar Frank Albo is studying the Province’s classically designed legislative building and soon recognizes it as an homage to the legendary King Solomon’s Temple. Upon meeting Albo, Anishnabe Elder Dave Courchene begins to see a connection between the building and the spiritual…