The Latin American Literary Review is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the literature of Latin America (including the United States) and Brazil. It is published semiannually in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Back issues are available in print, or from Jstor or Proquest.
Our next issue will be released in November 2017.
Table of contents for our online issue released in March 2017. The full pdf of the issue can be found under the tab above, or downloaded by individual article at the Ubiquity Press site: http://www.lalrp.net/1/volume/44/issue/87/
Kyle Matthews, “Baroque Jazz: Toward a New Understanding of Musical Form in Carpentier’s Concierto Barroco.”
Mariana Melo‐Vega, “El Intelectual melancólico y la mártir revolucionaria en La violencia del tiempo de Miguel Gutiérrez.”
Kathrin Theumer, “Nomadic identity and lo cubano in José Manuel Poveda.” Abstract,
Saulo Gouveia ,“A Collision of Disparate Historical Timescales in Ignácio de Loyola Brandão’s And Still the Earth.”
Shlomy Mualem, “Ontology and Metaphysics: The Fantastical Object in Borges’ Fictions.”
Debra A. Castillo, “Bad Education.”
Del Risco, Enrique, “Strategic Rebellions: Reinaldo Arenas Has the Last Word.” Translated and Introduced by Stacey Van Dahm.
NEW CREATIVE WORK
Noel Quiñones: “Plebescite” and “We should make a documentary about 513” (poems).
Melissa Castillo-Garsow, “Limonada” (poem).
Rebeca Moreno-Orama, “Creating Social Justice: A Conversation with Julia Álvarez.”