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Cuban American Fiction in English: Secondary Sources

Bibliography of Cuban-American Fiction originally written in English

Secondary Sources

Below are secondary sources (books and articles) about fiction written by Cuban-American authors in English (Updated 9/2020)

“African Passions.” Short Stories for Students. Ed. Carol Ullman. Vol 15. Detroit: Gale, 2002. 1-17.

“Latino-American Novel.” Encyclopedia of the Novel. Ed. Paul Schellinger. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998.

Adams, Clementina R. “The Intercepted Space: Desire and Assumed Identity in Holy Radishes by Cuban-American Writer, Roberto G. Fernández.” Diáspora 11 (2001): 66-71.

Alfonso-Forero, Ann Marie. "’A Whole New Race': Chinese Cubans and Hybrid Identities in Cristina García's Monkey Hunting." Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal, 7.1-2: 2009.

Allatson, Paul. “Memory Mambo: Cuban Memory, ‘American’ Mobility, and Achy Obejas’s Lesbian Way.” CiberLetras 7 (2002): n. pag.

Alvarez Borland, Isabel and Lynette M.F. Bosch. “Introduction.” Cuban-American Literature and Art: Negotiating Identities. Ed. Isabel Alvarez Borland and Lynette M.F. Bosch. New York: State U of New York P, 2009. 1-11.

Alvarez Borland, Isabel, and Lynette M. F. Bosch. Cuban-American Literature and Art: Negotiating Identities. State University of New York P, 2009.

Alvarez Borland, Isabel. "El Príncipe Y La Bella Cubana De Roberto G. Fernández: Identidades Rotas Y Costumbrismo." La Habana Elegante 56 (2014). www.habanaelegante.com/Fall_Winter_2014/Invitation_AlvarezBorland.html.

Alvarez Borland, Isabel. "The Memories of Others: Ana Menéndez and Alberto Rey." Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas, 78.42 (2009): 11-20.

Alvarez Borland, Isabel. “’Fertile Multiplicities’: Zoé Valdés and the Writers of the ‘90s Generation.” Cuba: Idea of a Nation Displaced. Ed. Andrea O’Reilly Herrera. Albany: State U of New York P, 2007. 253-66. SUNY Series in Latin American and Iberian Thought and Culture.

Alvarez Borland, Isabel. “Displacements and Autobiography in Cuban American Fiction.” World Literature Today 68.1(1994): 43-49.

Alvarez Borland, Isabel. “Figures of Identity: Ana Menéndez’s and Guillermo Cabrera Infante’s Photographs.” Cuban-American Literature and Art: Negotiating Identities. Ed. Isabel Alvarez Borland and Lynette M.F. Bosch. New York: State U of New York P, 2009. 31-45.

Alvarez Borland, Isabel. Cuban American Literature of Exile: From Person to Persona. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1998.

Alvarez Wilson, Sonia. "Fidel and Gummy Bears? Transgressive Humor in Contemporary Latina Fiction." Transgressive Humor of American Women Writers, ed. Sabrina Fuchs Abrams. London: Palgrave, 2017. 115-134.

Alvarez, Stephanie. "Subversive English in Raining Backwards: A Different Kind of Spanglish." Essay 96 (2013): 444-59.

Álvarez, Stephanie. "Subversive English in Raining Backwards: A Different Kind of Spanglish." Hispania: A Journal Devoted to the Teaching of Spanish and Portuguese 96.3 (2013): 444-59.

Angulo-Cano, Yanira. "Cuban-Americans and the Autobiography." Latin Americanist 53.1 (2009): 159-73,

Aparicio, Frances R. “On Sub-Versive Signifiers: U.S. Latina/o Writers Tropicalize English.” American Literature 66.4 (1994): 795-801.

Aparicio, Jose A. "'That Is So Funny It Breaks My Heart': Melancholy and Mourning in Ana Menéndez's 'In Cuba I Was a German Shepherd'." CEA Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association 76.3 (2014): 305-11.

Araújo, Nara. “I Came All the Way from Cuba So I Could Speak Like This? Cuban and Cubanamerican Literatures in the U.S.” Comparing Postcolonial Literatures: Dislocations. Ed. Beryl Ashok and Patricia Murray. New York: St. Martin’s, 2000. 93-103.

Ayala-Walsh, Johanna. "Re-Imaging Sexy: Modifying Machismo in Ana Menéndez's Loving Che." Journal of West Indian Literature 21.1-2 (2012): 181-208.

Baiada, Christa. Living Death: Loss, Mourning, and Ethnic Renewal in Contemporary American Fiction. Diss. City U of New York, 2007.

Barreneche, Gabriel Ignacio. "The Special Period’s New Hombre Nuevo and the Collapse of Anti-Capitalist Space: Achy Obejas’s Ruins." Romance Notes 54.1 (2014): 15-22.

Behar, Ruth. "Folklore and the Search for Home." Journal of American Folklore 122.485 (2009): 251-66.

Bertot, Lillian D. The Literary Imagination of the Mariel Generation. Miami: Endowment for Cuban American Studies of the Cuban American National Foundation, 1995.

Binder, Wolfgang. “American Dreams and Cuban Nightmares, or: Does Cuba Exist? Some Remarks on Cuban American Literature.” Voix et Langages Aux Etats-Unis: Actes du Colloque des 26, 27 et 28 Mars 1993. Ed. Serge Ricard. Vol. 2. Aix-en-Provence, France: Publications de l’Universitae de Provence, 1993. 223-58.

Bleznick, Donald William. A Sourcebook for Hispanic Literature and Language: A Selected, Annotated Guide to Spanish, Spanish-American, and Chicano Bibliography, Literature, Linguistics, Journals, and Other Source Materials. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1983.

Bokelman, Maggie. "’As Slippery and Tricky as a Wild Inky Word’: Margarita Engle's the Wild Book and the Advantages of Verse Novels for Children with Dyslexia." The Lion and the Unicorn 42.2 (2018): 198-217.

Borinsky, Alicia. One-way Tickets: Writers and the Culture of Exile. San Antonio: Trinity UP, 2011.

Bortolotto, Maria Celina. "Dirty Laundry: Narratives, Secrets, and Shame in Obejas's Memory Mambo." Latin Americanist 52.1 (2008): 29-41

Boswell, Thomas D. and James R. Curtis. The Cuban American Experience: Culture, Images, and Perspectives. New York: Rowman and Allanheld, 1984.

Brameshuber-Ziegler, Irene. “Cristina García, Dreaming in Cuban (1992): Collapse of Communication and Kristeva’s Semiotic as Possible Remedy.” Language and Literature 24 (1999): 43-64.

Briones, Melissa Denise. “American Bizarre: Supernaturalism and Magical Realism in African-American and Hispanic-American Literature.” MA thesis St. Mary’s U, 2000.

Bruce-Novoa, Juan. “Hijuelos’ Mambo Kings: Reading from Divergent Traditions.” Confluencia 10.2 (1995): 11-22.

Burunat, Silvia. “A Comparative Study of Contemporary Cuban American and Cuban Literature.” International Journal of the Sociology of Language 84 (1990): 101-23.

Butler, Krissie. "Patriotic Eroticism: Imagining Fidel Castro in Cristina García's Dreaming in Cuban." Caribe: Revista de Cultura y Literatura 16.1-2 (2013): 89-104.

Cacheiro, Adolfo. “Te di la vida entera: Market Rationality, Novelistic Form and National Allegory.” International Journal of the Humanities 2 (2004): 1257-61.

Caminero-Santangelo, Marta. “Contesting the Boundaries of Exile: Latino/a Literature.” World Literature Today 74.3 (2000): 507-17.

Caminero-Santangelo, Marta. “Margarita Engle, Cuban American Conservatism, and the Construction of (Left) US Latino/a Ethnicity.” Literature Interpretation Theory 13 (2002): 249-67.

Campilongo, Xiomara. “A ‘Chino’ in Cuba: Cristina García’s Monkey Hunting.” Alternative Orientalisms in Latin America and Beyond. Ed. Ignacio López-Calvo. Newcastle: Cambridge, 2007. 113-23.

Campuzano Sentí, Luisa. "Cristina García: Narratives of the National and the Postnational." Reading Transcultural Cities. Ed. Isabel Carrera Suárez et al., Edicions de la Universitat de les Illes Balears with College of the Holy Cross, 2011. 221-43.

Cappelli, Mary Louisa. "From Colonization to Revolution: Awakening Feminine Consciousness and Ecocritical Awareness in Christina Garcia's Dreaming in Cuban." ANQ 30.4 (2017): 271-74.

Carballal, Ana Isabel. "Dreaming in Cuban: Genealogías Femeninas Para La Reconstrucción De Una Nación." LL Journal 6.2 (2011). lljournal.commons.gc.cuny.edu/2011-2-carballal-texto.

Carlisle, Alli. "The Constructed Island: Experimentation and Reference in Ana Menéndez's Adios, Happy Homeland!" Contemporary Immigrant Short Fiction, ed. Robert C. Evans. Hackensack: Salem P, 2015. 165-180.

Carlito, M. Delores. “Cuban-American Literary and Cultural Resources: A Selective Bibliography.” Reference Reviews 25.2 (2011): 4-7.

Carlito, M. Delores. Cuban-American Fiction in English: An Annotated Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Sources. Lanham: Scarecrow, 2005.

Case, Menoukha R. Ori and the Ethical Subject: Pro Indigenous Readings of African Diaspora Literature in Yoruba. State U of New York, Albany, 2007. Ann Arbor: UMI, 2008.

Cass, Jeremy L. "Imagining Cuba in Hijuelos's a Simple Habana Melody." Label Me Latina/o 2 (2012). labelmelatin.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Imagining-Cuba-in-Hijuelos%E2%80%99s-A-Simple-Habana-Melody.pdf.

Cass, Jeremy L. "Oscar Hijuelos' Hypothetical Homeland: From Our House in the Last World to Thoughts without Cigarettes." Negotiating Latinidades, Understanding Identities within Space. Ed. Kathryn Quinn-Sánchez. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015. 111-31.

Castillo, Debra W. “Impossible Indian.” Chasqui 35.2 (2006): 42-57.

Cavender, Kurt. "Writing at the Limit: The Novel in the New Media Ecology." College Literature 40.4 (2013): 139-41.

Cerretti, Lauren. Connecting to Cuban National Identity through Literature: An Examination of Memory, Nostalgia, Trauma and Exile in Oscar Hijuelos's Our House in the Last World and A Simple Habana Melody. MA thesis Iowa State U, 2008. Ann Arbor: UMI, 2008.

Chancy, Myriam J. A. “Subversive Sexualities: Revolutionizing Gendered Identities.” Frontiers 29.1 (2008): 51-75.

Chang, Shuli. “Cultural Transmission and the Voice of the Other: Cristina García’s Dreaming in Cuban.” Tamkang Review 37.2 (2006): 33-69.

Chevereşan, Cristina. "'Telling Her Own Truth': Recording Untranslatable Histories in Cristina Garcia's Fiction." BAS: British and American Studies/Revista de Studii Britanice și Americane 18 (2012): 45-54.

Cho, Yu-Fang. "Reimagining 'Tense and Tender Ties' in García's Monkey Hunting." CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 14.5 (2012).

Christian, Karen. “Sexual Stereotypes and Ethnic Pastiche in Cuban-American Fiction.” Gender, Self, and Society: Proceedings of the IV International Conference on the Hispanic Cultures of the United States. Ed. Renate von Bardeleben. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1993. 171-89.

Christian, Karen. Show and Tell: Identity as Performance in U.S. Latina/o Fiction. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P: 1997.

Christie, John S. Latino Fiction and the Modernist Imagination: Literature of the Borderlands. New York: Garland, 1998.

Coffee, Angela Christine. “Women's Relationships in the Immigrant Narrative.” MA thesis Northern Michigan U, 2004.

Coller, Salena. "Transitions: Expatriation and the Cuban-American Novel." Florida Studies: Selected Papers from the 2012 and 2013 Annual Meetings of the Florida College English Association. Ed.Paul D. Reich and Andrew Leib. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2014. 131-38.

Combs, Katherine Carlen. “Coping with Exile: Cristina García's Use of the Latin Testimonio and Santería.” MA thesis Mississippi State U, 1999.

Concannon, Kevin. "Fictional Geographies and Repetitive Identities: Imagining Cuba as an Archipelago in the Works of Ana Menéndez." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 59.4 (2018): 432-44.

Concannon, Kevin. "The Politics of Waiting: Transnational Identity and Exile in Achy Obejas’ Ruins." La Revue LISA/LISA e-journal 11.2 (2013): n. pag.

Connor, Anne. “Desenmascarando a Ysrael: The Disfigured Face as Symbol of Identity in Three Latino Texts.” Cincinnati Romance Review 21 (2002): 148-62.

Cooper, Sara. “Queering Family: Achy Obejas’s We Came All the Way from Cuba so That You Could Dress Like This?.” Chasqui 32.2 (2003): 76-88.

Cornewll, Patricia M. “Elías Miguel Mu oz: The Cuban-Americans' Adaptation to the North American Culture.” MA thesis Northern Illinois U, 1996.

Cortina, Rodolfo J. “Cuban Literature in the United States: 1824-1959.” Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage. Ed. Ramón Gutiérrez and Genaro Padilla. Houston: Arte Público, 1993. 69-88.

Cowart, David. Trailing Clouds: Immigrant Fiction in Contemporary America. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2006.

Cox, Annabel. "Cristina García's Dreaming in Cuban: Latina Literature and Beyond?" Latino Studies 7.3 (2009): 357-77.

Cox, Annabel. "Literature in the Contact Zone: Emily Apter’s ‘a New Comparative Literature’ and Achy Obejas’s ‘Sugarcane’." Crossings: Journal of Migration and Culture 5.2-3 (2014): 231-43.

Cox, Annabel. “Gustavo Pérez Firmat’s’Bilingual Blues’ and ‘Turning the Times Tables’” Language Chice and Cultural Identity in Cuban-American Literature.” Neophilogus 91 (2007): 63-81.

Craft, Linda J. “Truth or Consequences: Mambo, Memories, and Multiculturalism from Achy Obejas’s Chicago.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 35 (2001): 369-87.

Cruz, Humberto Lopez. “A Technological Novelty in Raining Backwards: The Creation of a Virtual Reality.” Americas Review 24.3-4 (1996): 191-200.

Dallelo, Raphael. “How Cristina García Lost Her Accent and Other Latina Conversations.” Latino Studies 3.1 (2005): 3-18.

Dalleo, Raphael and Elena Machado Sáez. The Latino/a Canon and the Emergence of Post-Sixties Literature. New York: Palgrave, 2007.

Das, Amrita. "Contesting Identity in Achy Obejas's Memory Mambo." Letras Femeninas 38.2 (2012): 143-56.

Das, Amrita. "Gaze of the Outsider/Insider: US Latino Authors Writing of Latin America." Hipertexto 13 (2011): 159-67.

Das, Amrita. "Negotiating a New Identity for U. S. Latino Literature in Achy Obejas's Ruins." Label Me Latina/o 2.Supplement (2012): 1-23

Davis, Rocío G. “Back to the Future: Mothers, Languages, and Homes in Cristina García’s Dreaming in Cuban.” World Literature Today 74.1 (2000): 60-66.

De Ornellas, Kevin. “Monkey Hunting.” Encyclopedia of Hispanic-American Literature. Ed. Luz Elena Ramirez. New York: Facts on File, 2008.

Deaver, William O., Jr. “From Polyglossia to Disglossia: Defining Chronotope, Authority, and Subversion in Raining Backwards.” Romance Languages Annual 9 (1998): 448-52.

Deaver, William O., Jr. “Gender Construction in Elías Miguel Mu oz’s The Greatest Performance.” Romance Languages Annual 8 (1997): 439-41.

Deaver, William O., Jr. “Menippean Satire and Skaz in Raining Backwards.” Confluencia 12.1 (1996): 168-77.

Deaver, William O., Jr. “Raining Backwards: Colonization and Death of a Culture.” Americas Review 21.1 (1993): 112-18.

Deaver, William O., Jr. “Raining Backwards: Stylization and Mimicry.” Romance Languages Annual 7 (1995): 446-49.

Deaver, William O., Jr. “Structure, Theme, Motif, and Dialogue in Raining Backwards.” Chattahoochee Review 16.4 (1996): 100-12.

Deaver, William O., Jr. “The Prodigal Son in the Structure of Raining Backwards, Crazy Love, and Latin Jazz.” Americas Review 24.3-4 (1996): 179-90.

Deaver, William O., Jr. “The Virgin, Biblical Knowledge, and the Papal Smear in Raining Backwards.” Crítica Hispánica 29.1-2 (2007): 63-71.

DeGuzmán, María. "Four Contemporary Latina/o Writers Ghost the U.S. South." The Oxford Handbook of the Literature of the U. S. South. Ed. Fred Hobson and Barbara Ladd. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2016. 454-72.

DeGuzmán, María. “Mass Production of the Heartland: Cuban American Lesbian Camp in Achy Obejas’s ‘Wrecks’.” Contemporary U.S. Latino/a Literary Criticism. Ed. Lyn Di Iorio Sandín and Richard Perez. New York: Palgrave, 2007. 247-76.

Derrickson, Teresa. “Women’s Bodies as Sites of (Trans)National Politics in Cristina García’s The Aguero Sisters.” MFS 52 (2007): 478-500.

Duany, Jorge. “Neither Golden Exile nor Dirty Worm: Ethnic Identity in Recent Cuban American Novels.” Cuban Studies 23. Ed. Jorge Perez-Lopez. Pittsburgh: Center for Latin American Studies, 1993. 167-83.

Duneer, Anita. "The Old Man and the City: Literary Naturalism and the Postcolonial Subject in Achy Obejas's Ruins." Studies in American Naturalism 10.2 (2015): 150-71.

Easton, Amanda. "A Space for Resistance and Possibility: Confronting Borders through Narrative and Santería in Cristina García's Dreaming in Cuban." Label Me Latina/o 3 (2013): 1-14.

Edwards, Whitney B. “Migration Trauma”: Diasporan Pathologies in Austin Clarke's The Meeting Point, Edwidge Danticat's The Dew Breaker, and Cristina García's Dreaming in Cuban. Diss. Howard U, 2009.

Edwards, Whitney Bly. "Psychoanalysis in Caribbean Literature." Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature. Ed. Michael A. Bucknor and Alison Donnell. Abingdon: Routledge, 2011. 314-22.

Elias, Amy. “Oscar Hijuelos’s The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love, Ishmael Reed’s Mumbo Jumbo, and Robert Coover’s The Public Burning.” Critique 41 (2000): 115-28.

Embry, Marcus. “Cuban Double-Cross: Father’s Lies in Obejas and García.” Double Crossings: EntreCruzamientos. Eds. Mario Martín Flores and Carlos von Son. Fair Haven, NJ: Nuevo Espacio, 2001. 97-107.

Esplin, Emron. “Cuban Types, Distorted Memory, and a Return to Cuba in Cristina García’s The Agüero Sisters.” Confluencia 20.2 (2005): 83-97.

Fagan, Allison. "Translating in the Margins: Attending to Glossaries in Latina/o Literature." Journal of Modern Literature 39.3 (2016): 57-75

Febles, Jorge. "Hijastro De Caín: Espejismos Y Especularidades En Las Ficciones De Roberto G. Fernández." Guillermo Cabrera Infante: El Subterfugio De La Palabra. Ed. Humberto López Cruz. Madrid: Hispano Cubana, 2009. 263-84.

Febles, Jorge. “A Character’s Indictment of Authorial Subterfuge: The Parody of Texts in Roberto G. Fernández’s Fiction.” Intertextuality in Literature and Film: Selected Papers from the Thirteenth Annual Florida State University Conference on Literature and Film, 1988. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1994. 21-35.

Febles, Jorge. “Am I Your Worst Nightmare? Reading Roberto G. Fernández’s Major Fictions.” Cuban-American Literature and Art: Negotiating Identities. Ed. Isabel Alvarez Borland and Lynette M.F. Bosch. New York: State U of New York P, 2009. 77-92.

Febles, Jorge. “English and Spanish Pop Songs as Part of Character Speech: Cultural Hybridity in Roberto G. Fernández's Raining Backwards.” Imagination, Emblems and Expressions: Essays on Latin American, Caribbean, and Continental Culture and Identity. Ed. Helen Ryan-Ransom. Bowling Green: Popular, 1993. pp. 99–108

Fernández, José B. “Salient Themes in Cuban-American Narratives.” Chasqui 6.3 (1977): 76-83.

Fernández, María Luisa Ochoa. “A Prayer for Cuba: Margarita Engle.” Voces de América: American Voices. Ed. Laura P. Alonso Gallo. Cádiz, SP: Editorial Aduana Vieja, 2004. 331-61.

Fields, Jessica. "The Racialized Erotics of Participatory Research: A Queer Feminist Understanding." Women's Studies Quarterly, vol. 44, no. 3/4, 2016, pp. 31-50, Literature Online, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/wsq.2016.0034.

Figueredo, D.H. “Detective Fiction.” Encyclopedia of Caribbean Literature. Vol. 1. Westport: Greenwood, 2006. 241-42.

Figueredo, D.H. “Hispanic Caribbean Literature, History of.” Encyclopedia of Caribbean Literature. Vol. 1. Westport: Greenwood, 2006. 394-99.

Figueredo, D.H. “Santería in Literature.” Encyclopedia of Caribbean Literature. Vol. 2. Westport: Greenwood, 2006. 723-24.

Figueredo, Danilo H. “Ser Cubano: to be Cuban: The Evolution of Cuban American Literature.” Multicultural Review 6.1 (1997): 18-28.

Fornet, Ambrosio. “Cuba: Nation, Diaspora, Literature.” Trans. Kimberly Borchard. Critical Inquiry 35 (2009): 255-69.

Fornet, Ambrosio. “The Cuban Literary Diaspora and Its Contexts: A Glossary.” Boundary 2 29 (2002): 91-103.

Fuchs, Rebecca. Caribbeanness as a Global Phenomenon: Junot Díaz, Edwidge Danticat, and Cristina García. Phoenix: Bilingual P, 2014.

Furman, Rachael. "Communicating Control: Performing and Voicing Authorial Power through the Female Body in Dreaming in Cuban." Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric 8 (2011): 30-39.

Furman, Rachael. “Communicating Control: Performing and Voicing Authorial Power through the Female Body in Dreaming in Cuban.” Young Scholars in Writing 8 (2011): 30-39.

Gainor, Elana Maia. The Space of Cuban American Exile Narratives: Places, Maps and Wayfinding. Diss. U North Carolina, 2016.

Gallo, Laura Alonso and María Luisa Ochoa Fernández. “A Journey into the Human Spirit: Oscar Hijuelos.” Voces de América/American Voices. Ed. Laura P. Alonso Gallo. Cádiz, SP: Editorial Aduana Vieja, 2004. 67-96.

García, María Cristina. “Cuban American Prose 1975-2000.” Literary Cultures of Latin America: A Comparative History. Ed. Mario J. Valdés and Djelal Kadir. Vol. 3. New York: Oxford UP, 2004. 464-69.

García-Avello, Macarena. "(Re)Visiones De Las Diásporas Latinas Estadounidenses En Days of Awe De Achy Obejas Y Rosas De Abolengo De Sonia Rivera-Valdés." Confluencia: Revista Hispánica de Cultura y Literatura 35.1 (2019): 119-31.

García-Avello, Macarena. "Beyond the Latina Boom: New Directions within the Field of Us Latina Literature." Atlantis: Revista de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos 41.1 (2019): 69-87.

Gatto, Katherine Gyekenyesi. “Mambo, Meringue, Salsa: The Dynamics of Self-Construction in Latina Autobiographical Narrative.” West Virginia University Philological Papers 46 (2000): 84-90.

Gil, Lourdes. “Cuban Writing in the United States.” Latin American Literature. Ed. Verity Smith. London: FD, 1997.

Gillman, Laura. "Inter-American Encounters in the Travel and Migration Narratives of Mayra Montero and Cristina García: Toward a Decolonial Hemispheric Feminism." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 39.2 (2014): 509-35.

Goldman, Dara E. “Out of Place: The Demarcation of Hispanic Caribbean Cultural Spaces in the Diaspora.” Latino Studies 1 (2003): 403-23.

Gómez-Vega, Ibis. “Metaphors of Entrapment: Caribbean Women Writers Face the Wreckage of History.” Journal of Political and Military Sociology 25.2 (1997): 231-47.

Gómez-Vega, Ibis. “The Journey Home: Defining Identity in Cristina García’s Dreaming in Cuban.” Voices 1.2 (1997): 71-100.

González, Tanya. "The Gothic in Cristina García's The Agüero Sisters." MELUS: The Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States 37.3 (2012): 117-39.

Gonzalez-Cameron, Diana. Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown: Hysteria in Caribbean and Latino-Caribbean Literature. Diss. U Illinois, 2014.

Gracia, Jorge, et al., eds. Identity, Memory, and Diaspora: Voices of Cuban-American Artists, Writers, and Philosophers. Albany, SUNY P: 2008.

Grela, Eduardo Barros. “Latina Cultural Studies, Spatial Hybridity and Diasporic Identities.” Sociedad Espoñola de Estudios Literarios de Cultura Popular Actas IV. Sept. 2011.

Guerrero, Arlene. The Fiction of Exile: Cuban and Cuban-American Literature of Displacement. Diss. Brown U, 2000.

Guerrero-Watanabe, Arlene. “Memory and Desire in Exile: The Narrative Strategies of Raining Backwards.” Caribe 7.1 (2004): 73-85.

Halperin, Laura. Intersections of Harm: Narratives of Latina Deviance and Defiance. Rutgers: Rutgers UP, 2015.

Harper, Mihaela P. "Fabric Frontiers: Thread, Cloth, Body, Self in Latina Literature and Film." Hispanic Review 81.2 (2013): 165-80.

Harzewski, Stephanie. “‘Chick Lit’ and the Urban Code Heroine: Interview Symposium with Caren Lissner, Melissa Senate, Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez, and Jennifer Weiner.” Voces de América: American Voices. Ed. Laura P. Alonso Gallo. Cádiz, SP: Editorial Aduana Vieja, 2004. 687-719.

Herrera, Andrea O’Reilly. “’Inheriting’ Exile: Cuban-American Writers in the Diaspora.” Contemporary U.S. Latino/a Literary Criticism. Ed. Lyn Di Iorio Sandín and Richard Perez. New York: Palgrave, 2007. 183-205.

Herrera, Andrea O’Reilly. “Cristina García, Dreaming in Cuban.” Reading U.S. Latina Writers: Remapping American Literature. Ed. Alvina E. Quintant. New York: Palgrave, 2003. 91-102.

Herrera, Andrea O’Reilly. “Women and the Revolution in Cristina García’s Dreaming in Cuban.” Modern Language Studies 27.3-4 (1997): 69-91.

Herrera, Cristina. "Consuming Latinidad? The Politics of Food, Consumption, and Troubling Latina Identity in Alisa Valdés-Rodríguez’s The Dirty Girls Social Club." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 58.5 (2017): 575-86.

Ho, Jennifer Ann. "The Place of Transgressive Texts in Asian American Epistemology." MFS: Modern Fiction Studies 56.1 (2010): 205-25.

Holmes, Amanda. “Dreaming in Cuban.” Encyclopedia of Hispanic-American Literature. Ed. Luz Elena Ramirez. New York: Facts on File, 2008.

Holmes, Amanda. “The Spatial Self: Remembering the Caribbean Diaspora in Esmeralda Santiago, Jamaica Kincaid and Cristina García.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 30.1 (2005): 109-28.

Hoopes, David. "Diáspora Con Fantasmas: Lectura de The Agüero Sisters." El Cid 22 (2010): 32-42.

Horn, Maja. "Messy Moods: Nostalgia and Other Nagging Feelings in Oscar Hijuelos's The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love." Latino Studies 7.4 (2009): 499-514.

Huard, Elizabeth Louise. Texts and Tastes: Food and Cultural Identity in Hispanic Writing and Film. Diss. Florida State U, 2014.

Hurt, Erin. “Trading Cultural Baggage for Gucci Luggage: The Ambivalent Latinidad of Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez's The Dirty Girls Social Club.” MELUS 34.3 (2009): 133-53.

Ibieta, Gabriella. “Transcending the Culture of Exile: Raining Backwards.” Literature and Exile. Ed. David Bevan. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990. 67-76.

Igartuburu García, Elena. "Too Chinese/Too Cuban: Emotional Maps and the Quest for Happiness in Cristina García’s Monkey Hunting." Diasporic Constructions of Home and Belonging. Ed. Florian Klaeger and Klaus Stierstorfer. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015. 447-464.

Ignizio, Graham. "Incest and Insight in Himilce Novas’s Mangos, Bananas, and Coconuts: A Cuban Love Story." Voces del Caribe: Revista de Estudios Caribeños 4.1 (2012): 208-32.

Ignizio, Graham. “Finding a Way Home: The Return to Cuba in Margarita Engle's Singing to Cuba and Skywriting.” Confluencia 27.1 (2011): 89-98.

Ignizio, Graham. “Mother May I?: Female Genealogies in Cristina García’s Dreaming in Cuban and Ana Veciana-Suárez’s The Chin Kiss King.” Label Me Latina/o 1 (2011): n. pag.

Ignizio, Graham. Cuban American Women’s Anglophone Novels of the 1990s. Diss. U of North Carolina, 2009.

Irizarry, Guillermo B. "La Falla De La Cubanidad en Roberto Fernández." The Bilingual Review/La Revista Bilingüe 31.2 (2012): 166-78.

Irizarry, Ylce. “The Ethics of Writing the Caribbean: Latina Narrative as Testimonio.” LIT 16.3 (2005): 263-84.

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