(Mar. 24, 2023) Latinx Canon and Market Aesthetics cited in Ulibarri’s Visible Borders, Invisible Economies (2022)

Kristi Ulibarri‘s monograph, Visible Borders, Invisible Economies: Living Death in Latinx Narratives (U Texas Press 2022) cites chapter 2, “Mercado Dreams: The End(s) of Sixties Nostalgia in Contemporary Ghetto Fiction,” and chapter 3, “Movin’ on Up and Out: Lowercase Latino/a Realism in the Works of Junot Díaz and Angie Cruz” from my co-authored book, The Latino/a Canon and the Emergence of Post-Sixties Literature (Palgrave Macmillan 2007).

She also cites chapter 1, “Mixed Blessings: Readerships, Postcolonial Ethics and the Problem of Intimacy,” and chapter 3, “Writing the Reader: Literacy and Contradictory Pedagogies in Julia Alvarez, Michelle Cliff, and Marlon James” from my book, Market Aesthetics: The Purchase of the Past in Caribbean Diasporic Fiction (UVA Press 2015).