Latino/Latinx Publications and Resources
Here you will find a list of resources for anyone looking for Latino journals, magazines or contests. If you are a writer or a scholar, I’d recommend reviewing them to get a sense of what they publish. If you are a reader, consider subscribing or purchasing issues.
Latino Literary 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 Magazines:
Palabra: A Magazine of Chicano/Latino Literary Art: A magazine that had a great publication record.
Somos en escrito: The Latino literary online magazine.
Resources for Latino Writers:
Marcela Landres: Recommended for any Latino writers interested in getting published.
Spanish Language Publishers:
La Pereza Ediciones: Based in Florida, they have published the work of authors such as Sergio Ramirez, Rosa Montero, Clarible Alegría, and Ernesto Cardenal
Del Alma Publications: publishes books that focus on the bilingual, bicultural experience along the Texas Mexico border in the following genres: children’s bilingual picture books, middle and young adult readers, bilingual and Spanish poetry collections.