Below I've listed praise Stephanie's Elizondo Griest has garnered for her third book, Mexican Enough: My Life Between the Borderlands. She's gotten some exciting reviews from some of our favorite Latino authors, including Sandra Cisneros and Luis Alberto Urrea.
Read an excerpt of Stephanie's book here, and see why Luis Urrea said, 'No, you can't say that.' I am glad she did.
Make sure to join us for the reading and booksigning on Friday, Feb. 6th, 2009 @ 7 p.m. Event details here.
"Stephanie Elizondo Griest dances where others fear to tread. There were several places in this book where I said, 'No, you can't say that.' I am glad she did."-- Luis Alberto Urrea, bestselling author of The Devil's Highway"This is a travel journal for the new millennium, a biracial woman searching for herself among the complexities of the borderlands."-- Sandra Cisneros, bestselling author of The House on Mango Street and Caramelo"I can't think of anyone who does a better job of capturing the people and places that inhabit the soul of a country. She grants us access into the hidden corners of a Mexico we've only heard about, with her own brand of humor, spot-on wisdom, and heart."-- Michelle Herrera Mulligan, editor of Juicy Mangos and Border-Line Personalities"A revealing exposé of one woman's struggle to live between two cultures and two worlds, and yet not fully belong to either."-- Teresa Rodriguez, author of The Daughters of Juárez