I would like to bring you up to date on the main writers mentioned in my book, and I will start with Esmeralda Santiago, because she is probably the best-known. I will be adding other writers in the next few weeks, stay tuned.
Esmeralda Santiago has written several more books (after "When I was Puerto Rican" and "Almost a Woman," including another memoir, "The Turkish Lover," which focuses on her life in college and the Turkish movie director with whom she had a long affair, her first.
Here is a list of her published works:
When I Was Puerto Rican by Esmeralda Santiago (Paperback - October 1994)
Almost a Woman by Esmeralda Santiago (Paperback - October 1999)
Casi una mujer by Esmeralda Santiago (Paperback - October 1999)
América's Dream by Esmeralda Santiago (Author) (Paperback - May 1997)
Cuando era puertorriqueña by Esmeralda Santiago (Paperback - October 1994)
Las Mamis by Esmeralda Santiago (Editor), et al. (Hardcover - April 2000)
Conquistadora by Esmeralda Santiage (Author) (2011)(review, Washington Post, 30 Jy 2011,C-1)
El sueño de América by Esmeralda Santiago (Author) (Paperback - May 1997)
Las Christmas: Favorite Latino Authors Share Their Holiday Memories by Esmeralda Santiago (Contributor), et al. (Paperback - October 1999)
Las Christmas: escritores Latinos recuerdan las tradiciones navideñas by Esmeralda Santiago (Editor), Joie Davidow (Editor) (Paperback)
The Turkish Lover, autobiography, 2004
A Puerto Rican Stew, The New York Times Magazine, 1995