Filed under Bilingual

On Gabriel García Marquez

Lovely Guernica Magazine invited me to write about how reading the Colombian Literature Nobel Prize Winner shaped my views. It was a great honor. “Whoever has read Gabriel García Márquez has a story. The first book my grandpa lent me was his beloved copy of One Hundred Years of Solitude and I remember seeing this … Continue reading

Gender in Spanish

I’m fascinated by the debates about the use of gender in language, and the question on how sexist Spanish is. My novel explore  the point of view of female, the female language in a language that so clearly separates both,  and so far I cannot really pin point the subtleties. Just an instinct, a shadow. … Continue reading

Google hates bilingual people

I have remained undecided on the Google versus privacy debate until trying to research on story telling, I came to experience the new enforcements, stronger limitations that were shadows are now unbearable. Because I live in NY and there’s no way of turn of my location, Google think that I only speak English. If I … Continue reading

High hopes or raison d’etre

Novel + Books +  Eating I’ve been writing a bilingual novel about people that eat books. This is indeed a thought provocative tag line and I’d like to share a bit of the inspiration and idea-knitting process behind it, with the high hopes of getting feedback and collect wisdom to solve some mysteries and constrains … Continue reading