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Latino Publications

Latino Scholarly and Literary Journals, and Literary Contests


Latino Journals:
Acentos Review:
Started by the creative folks at Acentos.
Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies: The premier journal for Chicano Studies.
Bilingual Review: An early pioneer published by Bilingual Review Press.
Border-Lines.  An innovative Latino studies journal coming out of the University of Nevada, Reno's Latino Research Center.   
Centro: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies: The premier source for Puerto Rican Studies.
Dialogo:  A
bilingual publication of the Center for Latino Research at DePaul University. It has a national outlook and a Midwest regional focus.
El Andar: One of the hippest Latino journals.
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education: Contains book reviews and special section on new books by and about Latinos.
Journal of Hispanic Higher Education
Latino Studies: A multidisciplinary journal that publishes material that too many other scholarly journals simply ignore.

Latino Literary Contests:
The Andres Montoya Poetry Prize
Chicano/Latino Literary Prize
Curbstone Press Mármol Prize

Latino Literary Magazines:
Palabra: A Magazine of Chicano/Latino Literary Art: A promising magazine that should be around for a very long time.
Somos en escrito: The Latino literary online magazine. 

Resources for Latino Writers:
Marcela Landres: Recommended for any Latino writers interested in getting published.
Agent and Author Irene Vilar

Blogs:
La Bloga
Letras Latina Blog
Latino Authors and Writers Society

Bookstores:
www.dichosbooks.com

Announcements

From Post Poetry Magazine: We are a literary journal not made by Lations for Latinos, BUT we would welcome the voice of some Latin people, too.
http://www.postpoetry-magazine.com/pages/en/submissions.php

From Acentos:

The folks from Acentos in the Bronx have begun two new ventures aimed at Latino/a literature:  a podcast, and an online journal of Latina/o writers, the Acentos Review: www.acentosreview.com.

From Palabra:
Just a quick ¿qué hubo? and friendly e-mail blast to let you know that the PALABRA  website is up, in case you haven't yet seen it.  Also, currently reading for Issue 3, so please pass the word to anyone you think might want to submit work.  Here's the website address:

 
PALABRA A Magazine of Chicano & Latino Literary Art
P. O. Box 86146
Los Angeles, CA 90086-0146
 

Magazines for and by Latinos
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Americas: Promotes inter-American understanding through articles on the cultures and peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean, accompanied by stunning color photography. Regular columns inform on current art, theater, music and books of the hemisphere.
For young women who successfully balance their professional and personal lives. Strong emphasis is placed on beauty, fashion and looking sensational. There are positive articles on personal relationships and career orientation, as well as regular sections on home entertaining, cooking, decoration and people.
Targeted primarily to small business owners, CEO s, managers, buyers, financial and sales personnel and serves both the entrepreneurial developer and the Hispanic consumer at large.
Latina Magazine: Touted as "the leading fashion and beauty magazine for today's Hispanic woman." English.
People en Espanol: One of the most popular Spanish-language magazines in the U.S.
The focus of Urban Latino is the Latino experience in this country, viewing all sides of our stories.
Vanidades Magazine: Has a little of everything but mostly about fashion.  Spanish.

 

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