Among Hispanic literatures, Cuban-American fiction is unique because of the Cuban-American disposition to regard themselves as exiles rather than immigrants. Many Cuban-Americans have never been to Cuba and therefore must rely on the memories of those around them to draw conclusions about it. These writers have grown up with English as their primary social language and feel more comfortable using English in their writing.
This bibliography contains all the listings of the original book Cuban-American Fiction in English: An Annotated Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Sources, without the annotations. It has been updated to include all resources published up to 2012.