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1 1 GUSTAVO PÉREZ FIRMAT David Feinson Professor in the Humanities Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures Columbia University webpage: updated: February 2017 Narrative Summary Gustavo Pérez Firmat was born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in Miami, Florida. He was educated at Miami-Dade Community College, The University of Miami, and The University of Michigan, where he earned a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature. He taught at Duke University from 1979 to 1999 and is currently the David Feinson Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University. Pérez Firmat has been the recipient of fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Council of Learned Societies, and the Mellon Foundation. In 2004 he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. His books of literary and cultural criticism include: A Cuban in Mayberry (2014); The Havana Habit (2010); Tongue Ties (2003); Cincuenta lecciones de exilio y desexilio (2000; rev. ed. 2016); My Own Private Cuba (1999); Life on the Hyphen (1994; rev. ed. 2012; Spanish version: Vidas en vilo, 2000; rev. ed. 2015); Do the Americas Have a Common Literature (editor, 1990); The Cuban Condition (1989); Literature and Liminality (1986); Idle Fictions (1982; rev. ed. 1993). He has also published several collections of poetry in English and Spanish The Last Exile (2016); Scar Tissue (2005); Bilingual Blues (1995); Equivocaciones (1989); Carolina Cuban (1987) a novel, Anything but Love (2000); and a memoir, Next Year in Cuba (1995; Spanish version: El año que viene estamos en Cuba, 1997). He was a coeditor of the Norton Anthology of Latino Literature (2010). Next Year in Cuba was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in nonfiction; Life on the Hyphen was awarded the Eugene M. Kayden University Press National Book Award for 1994 and received Honorable Mention in the Modern Language Association s Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize and the Latin American Studies Association s Bryce Wood Book Award. Sin lengua, deslenguado, a selection of his writing, will by published in 2017 in the Colección Letras Hispánicas of Ediciones Cátedra. In 1995, Pérez Firmat was named Duke University Scholar/Teacher of the Year, Duke University s highest award for undergraduate teaching. In 1997 Newsweek included him among 100 Americans to watch for the 21 st century and Hispanic Business Magazine selected him as one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in the United States. In 2004 Pérez Firmat was named one of New York s thirty outstanding Latinos by El Diario La

2 2 Prensa. In 2005 he was selected Educator of the Year by the National Association of Cuban American Educators. Pérez Firmat has been featured in the documentary CubAmerican and in the 2013 PBS series Latino Americans. In 2016 he was inducted into the Academia de la Historia de Cuba en el Exilio. Education & Employment Ph.D. University of Michigan, 1979 M.A. University of Miami, 1973 B.A. University of Miami, 1972 A.A. Miami-Dade Community College, Columbia University, David Feinson Professor in the Humanities Duke University, Professor Duke University, Associate Professor Duke University, Assistant Professor Duke University, Instructor University of Michigan, Teaching Assistant University of Miami, Teaching Assistant 2005 Visiting Professor, Yale University (Fall semester) 2002 Visiting Professor, Emory University (Spring semester) 1997 Wayne G. Basler Chair of Excellence, East Tennessee State University 1983 Visiting Professor, Middlebury Language School (Summer) Honors and Awards Mayor Greg E. Fischer proclaimed October 27, 2016 Gustavo Pérez Firmat Day in Louisville, Kentucky Inducted into the Academia de la Historia de Cuba en el Exilio, 2016 Finalist, Eric Hoffer Book Award for A Cuban in Mayberry, 2015 International Merit Award, Poetry 2015 International Poetry Competition, 2015 Finalist, James Baker Hall Memorial Prize in Poetry for Land for Sale, Honorable Mention, Accents Publishing 2014 Chapbook Contest for The Mayberry Chronicles Finalist, Jacar Press 2014 Chapbook Contest for The Mayberry Chronicles Featured writer, Eastern North Carolina Literary Homecoming, East Carolina University, September Emilia Bernal Prize for Literary Achievement, Emilia Bernal Foundation, 2012 Institute of Latin American Studies Research Fellowship, Columbia University, 2008 Díaz-Ayala Travel Fellowship, Florida International University, 2008 Educator of the Year, National Association of Cuban American Educators, 2005 Spotlight Artist. Raintiger.com, April 2005 Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2004 Él Award, given by El Diario La Prensa to the 30 Outstanding Latinos in New York

3 3 City, 2004 Honorary Board, Globe Link Productions, 2000 Palma Espinada Prize, Southern Californian Cuban American Cultural Institute, 2000 Excellence Award, FACE [Facts About Cuban Exiles], 1996 Duke University Scholar/Teacher of the Year, 1995 Featured Writer, Blumenthal Writers and Readers Series, North Carolina Writers Network, 1995 Eugene M Kayden University Press National Book Award for Life on the Hyphen, 1995 Honorable Mention, Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize, Modern Language Association, for Life on the Hyphen, 1995 Honorable Mention, Bryce Wood Book Award, Latin American Studies Association, for Life on the Hyphen, 1995 Guggenheim Fellowship, 1985 (tenure ) National Endowment for the Humanities Senior Fellowship, National Humanities Center Fellowship, 1985 (declined) Social Science Research Council Fellowship, 1985 (declined) Duke University Major Faculty Grant, 1985, 1991, 1994, 1997 First Prize, Poetry, Hispanic Festival of the Arts, Miami, FL, August, 1983 Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Duke University, ACLS Fellowship for Recent Recipients of the Ph.D., 1981 Duke University Summer Stipend, 1981, 1985, 1988, 1990 Duke University Faculty Travel Grant, 1979 Horace H. Rackham Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, Books Sin lengua, deslenguado. Ed. Ángel Esteban and Yannelys Aparicio. Madrid: Ediciones Cátedra, forthcoming. The Last Exile. Georgetown, KY: Finishing Line Press, Chapbook. A Cuban in Mayberry: Looking Back at America s Hometown. Austin: The University of Texas Press, Reviews The ebullet: Official Newsletter of The Andy Griffith Show Rerun Watchers Club 14.5 (September 2014). Cliff Bellamy, A Cuban Looks at Mayberry. The Herald-Sun, October 31, Jessy Krupa, A Cuban in Mayberry Travels from a America s Hometown to an All-American Nowhere, PopMatters, December 29, Also in Gossip Time

4 4 american-nowhere-review/ and in Pally News Miles Smith IV, March Read of the Month: A Cuban in Mayberry, Southern Literary Review, March 11, Rochelle Sara Miller, The Andy Griffith Show Receives Scholarly Attention, April 27, Adriana Méndez Rodena, Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 48.1 (2015): Michele Shaul, South Atlantic Review (2015): Joy Landeira, Rocky Mountain Review 69.2 (2015): Carmen Gabriela Febles, Exploring the Limits of Transculturation: Gustavo Pérez Firmat s A Cuban in Mayberry, Caribe ( ): Kristi L. Ulibarri. Mapping North Carolina, Locating Latinidad. North Carolina Literary Review Online nclronline-final/48 Sara K. Eskridge, The Journal of Southern History 82.2 (2016): Jorge Febles, Hispania 99.2 (2016): The Havana Habit. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, Reviews: Jay Freeman, Booklist, September 25, 2010: Boyd Childress, Library Journal, October 1, 2010: 92. Thomas Felten, When Cuba Invaded America, Wall Street Journal, October 16, Carlos Espinosa Domínguez, Historia de un amor disfuncional, Cubaencuentro, December 24, The Scotsman, January 8, A.M. Stock, Choice 48.9 (May 2011). Rafael Rojas, Fantasía habanera, Los libros del crepúsculo, February 2, Olga Connor, El hábito de La Habana, El Nuevo Herald, February 13, 20, 27, Ian Craig, Crazy for Cuba, Caribbean Review of Books, March 26, A.M Stock, Choice, May 1, Gabriel Paquette, Times Literary Supplement, February 17, Stephen Clark, Caribe 13.2 ( ): José Manuel Prieto, Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 85 (2012): Myrna García Calderón, Symposium 66.1 (2012): Richard Blanco, Rum, Rumba, and Romance : A Book on Cuba s Enduring Mystique, All Things Considered, National Public Radio, December 19,

5 5 The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature. Co-editor (with Ilán Stavans, Edna Acosta Belén, Harold Augenbraum, María Herrera Sobek, Rolando Hinojosa). New York: Norton, Reviews: Donna Seaman, Booklist, Sept 15, 2010: 17. Cristella Bond, Library Journal, November 1, Jan Gardner, "Chorus of Latino Voices," The Boston Globe, November 21, Scar Tissue. Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, Reviews: Alex Meneses Miyashita. Hispanic Link 24.2 (January 2006): 7. Danilo H. Figueredo. Multicultural Review 15.2 (Summer 2006): 77. David T. Gies. Virginia Quarterly Review 82.2 (2006): Miami: The University of Miami Magazine 13.3 (2006): 42. Carlos Espinosa Domínguez. Encuentro en la Red 14 August Francisco Morán. La Habana Elegante 35 (Fall 2006). Wilfrido Corral. World Literature Today 80.5 (September-October 2006): D. H. Figueredo. Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 40.1 (2007): The Unexpected Beauty of Scars. Culturefried.com. September 18, Tongue Ties: Logo-Eroticism in Anglo-Hispanic Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Reviews: Nina C. Ayour. Chronicle of Higher Education 7 November 2003: A-18. R. Ocasio. Choice 41.8 (1 April 2004): Pablo Brescia. South Atlantic Review 69 (2004): Juan E. de Castro. Revista de estudios hispánicos 38 (2004): Wilfrido Corral. Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 34/35 ( ): Jorge Febles. Caribe 7.1 (Winter ): Aneta Pavlenko. Bilingual Bliss, Bilingual Blues: Reflections by and about Bilingual Writers. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 8.5 (2005): Joy Landeira. Hispania 88 (2005): R. Hernández Rodríguez. The Latin Americanist 48.2 (Spring 2005). Ralph Rodríguez. Comparative Literarature Studies 42.2 (2005): Roberto Gonzalez Echevarría. Cuban Studies 36 (2005): Gustavo Pellón. Bulletin of Spanish Studies 83.3 (2006): Vidas en vilo: La cultura cubanoamericana. Madrid: Editorial Colibrí, Revised edition: Madrid: Hypermedia, 2015.

6 6 Reviews: Tony Évora. Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 20 (Spring 2001): Jorge Rodríguez-Florido. Hispania 86 (2003): Pamela María Smorkaloff. Hispanófila 138 (May 2003): Elisabeth Austin. Hispanic Review 73 (Winter 2005): Hypermedia publica en formato digital Vidas en vilo, de Gustavo Pérez Firmat, Diario de Cuba, February 2, Cincuenta lecciones de exilio y desexilio. Miami: Ediciones Universal, Revised edition: Madrid: Hypermedia, Reviews: Diario Las Américas 19 March 2000: 11-B. Olga Connor. El Nuevo Herald 9 April 2000: 1-E. Lourdes Gil. Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 16/17 (Winter/Spring 2000): Libby Romero. Library Journal (July 2000): 71. Isabel Álvarez Borland. Caribe 1.3 (2000): De libros 135 (septiembre 2000): 62. Patricia Pardiñas Barnes. Hispania 83 (2000): Ilán Stavans. World Literature Today 74.3 (Summer 2000): 681. Miguel Ángel de Feo. South Eastern Latin Americanist 44.4 (2001). Humberto López Cruz. South Atlantic Review 65 (2000): ; The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education 18 December 2000: 48. Rafael Rojas. Cuban Studies 33 (2002): 238. Pamela María Smorkaloff. Hispanófila 138 (May 2003): Anything But Love. Houston: Arte Público Press, Reviews: Love at the Edge of a Precipice. Hispanic News Patricia Padriñas Barnes. Caribe 3.2 (2000): Lydia Gil. Escritor trata con humor e ironía el sueño americano de los Inmigrantes. Latino.com 17 January Patricia Pardiñas Barnes. La dialéctica del plantado: cubanía o hibridez? Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 19 (Winter ): Jen Stevens. Counterpoise 6.1/2 (2002). Carrillo, Leonel. Pérez Firmat y Anything But Love: El lenguaje y la biculturalidad, Confluencia 21.1 (2005): My Own Private Cuba: Essays on Cuban Literature and Culture. Boulder: Cuban Literary Monographs, University of Colorado, 1999.

7 7 Reviews: Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 16/17 (Spring/Summer 2000): 264. William Siemens. World Literature Today 74.3 (Summer 2000): 681. Juan Manuel Fierro. Estudios filológicos 35 (2000): Carlota Caulfield. Latin American Research Review 37.3 (2002): Madeline Cámara. Cuban Studies 34 (2003): El año que viene estamos en Cuba. Houston: Arte Público Press, [Author s Spanish-language version of Next Year in Cuba.] Reviews: Luis Aguilar Léon. El año que viene estamos en Cuba. El Nuevo Herald 21 January 1997: A-9. Library Journal (January 1998): 83. Mundo Latino Spring Outlook in Higher Education 8.24 (August 1998). Martha García. South Eastern Latin Americanist 39 (Summer 1998). Next Year in Cuba. New York: Doubleday, Revised edition: Scrivenery, Rpt. Arte Público Press, Reviews: Publishers Weekly 10 July 1995: 48. Kirkus Reviews 1 July 1995: 926. Philip Y. Blue. Library Journal (August 1995): 84. Jorge Ibáñez. Baneke 3 (1995): 6-7. Milexis J. Rodríguez. Hispanic Magazine August 1995: Mark Falcoff. World of Their Fathers. Washington Post Book World 3 September 1995: 7. Orlando Alomá. Pondering the Essential Question of Cuban Exile: What If? The Miami Herald 3 September 1995: I-3. Janet St. John. Booklist 15 September 1995: 129. Aleida Durán. El año que viene, en Cuba. La Razón 22 September 1995: 4. Alisa Valdés. Haunted by a Land He Hardly Knew. Boston Globe 25 September 1995: 32. Miami Today 28 September 1995: 2. Aleida Durán. Contacto 2.4 (October 1995): Teresa Hernández. An Exile s Tale. Grand Rapids Press 5 November Bob Trimble. The Dallas Morning News 22 October 1995: 8-J. Mari Rodríguez Ichaso. Inolvidables Memorias. Vanidades 19 December 1995: 17. Linda Chávez. Reason 27.7 (December 1995): 41. Achy Obejas. Los Angeles Times 5 January 1996: 7-E. Miami Magazine 3.3 (Spring 1996): 37. Alfred López. Of Home and Remembrance. Iowa Review 26.1 (1996):

8 Charles Solomon, Los Angeles Times Book Review 20 October 1996: 15. Generation ñ 1.7 (December 1996): 15. El Informal 1.4 (May 1997): 15. Julio César Pino. Journal of American Ethnic History (Spring 1997): The New Yorker 26 January 1997: 82. Kenya Dworkin. Cuban Studies 28 (1998): Bilingual Blues. Tempe, Arizona: Bilingual Review Press, Reviews: MSRRT Newsletter May-June 1996: 4. Life on the Hyphen: The Cuban-American Way. Austin: The University of Texas Press, Rpt. 1996, Revised and expanded editon, Reviews: Publishers Weekly 11 July, 1994: 73. Library Journal 1 September, 1994: 202. Elena Oumano. The Desi Chain. LA Weekly 2 September 1994: Ilán Stavans. Cubans in El Norte. The Washington Post 3 October P. I. Rose. Choice 32.4 (December 1994): 683. Noel Valis. MLN 110 (1995): María de los Angeles Torres. Hyphen Nation. The Nation 19 June 1995: Ilán Stavans. American Literature (1995): NACLA Report on the Americas 29.3 (November-December 1995): 48. José. B. Fernández. La conga sigue adelante! Latino Review of Books 1.2 (Fall 1995): José Schraibman. Revista de estudios hispánicos 33.1 (1996): Virginia Domínguez. New West Indian Guide 70 (1996): Jorge Duany. Latin American Music Review 17.2 (Fall/Winter 1996): Antoni Kapcia. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 74.2 (April 1997): Paula Shirley. Melus 23 (Spring 1998): Jorge Febles, Hispania 96.4 (December 2013): Do the Americas Have a Common Literature? Ed. Gustavo Pérez Firmat. Durham: Duke University Press, Reviews: Gordon Brotherston. Texts to Bridge the Rio Grande. Times Higher Education Supplement 14 June 1991: 23. Choice 28 (June 1991): Ilán Stavans. Revista Hispánica Moderna 44 (1991): Wisconsin Bookworld 1.7 (July 1991): 3. Josef Raab. American Literature (1991):

9 9 Ellen McCraken. Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía 41.1 (1991): John Walker. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 69 (1992): 99. Lesley Bary. Criticism 34 (1992): Forum for Modern Language Studies 27 (1992): 285. Scott Klein. Latin American Anthropology Review 4.1 (1992): Rita de Grandis. Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 33 (1992): Thomas Alan Holmes. American Studies International 31.1 (April 1993): George Lang. No hay centro: Postmodernism and Comparative New World Criticism. Canadian Review of Comparative Literature (March-June 1993): D. H. Pageaux. Revue de Littérature Comparée 68 (1994): Earl Fitz. Comparative Literature Studies 31 (1994): Paul Dixon. Latin American Research Review 31 (1996): Equivocaciones. Madrid: Editorial Betania, Reviews: Jorge Febles. Gustavo According to Gus: Una lectura Pérezfirmatiana de la Equivocaciones de Pérez Firmat. Alba de América (July 1993): The Cuban Condition: Translation and Identity in Modern Cuban Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Rpt. 1997, Reviews: Paul Julian Smith. Stirring Stuff. Times Higher Education Supplement 25 August 1989: 16. Jo Labanyi. On the Way to Elsewhere. Times Literary Supplement 20 October 1989: Gustavo Pellón. La condición cubana. Insula 521 (May 1990): R. Ocasio. Choice 27 (May 1990): Forum for Modern Language Studies 25 (April 1990). British Bulletin of Publications 82 (April 1990). Antoni Kapcia. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 62 (1990): Maximilien Laroche. Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 15 (1990): Antonio Benítez Rojo. Un estudio posmoderno de la literatura cubana. Insula 531 (March 1991): 8; La Torre 4.15 (1991): Peter Turton. Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 15 (1991): Julio Matas. Revista Iberoamericana (1990): Enrique Fernández. The Condition His Condition Is In. Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 44 (January-June 1991): Keith Ellis. Hispanic Review 59 (1991): Soren Triff. La obra de Pérez Firmat. Latino Stuff Review 3 (1991): 7; rpt.

10 10 from El Nuevo Herald. William Luis. Cuban Studies 21 (1991): John Brotherton. Romance Quarterly 38 (1991): Verity Smith. Modern Language Review 86 (1991): Carlos Alonso. Latin American Literary Review 20 (1992): Carolina Cuban. In Triple Crown: Chicano, Puerto Rican, and Cuban American Poetry. With Roberto Durán and Judith Ortiz Cofer. Tempe, Arizona: Bilingual Review Press, Reviews: Books of the Southwest 11 (April 1988): 353. Notebook: A Little Magazine 5.1 (1989): Luz María Umpierre. The Americas Review 17.1 (1989): Carolina Hospital. Betwixt and Between. Caribbean Review 16.2 (Winter 1988): Ricardo Sánchez. El Paso Herald 3 December 1990: D-2. José Piedra. His and Her Panics. Dispositio 41 (1991): Literature and Liminality: Festive Readings in the Hispanic Tradition. Durham: Duke University Press, Reviews: Roberto González Echevarría. MLN 102 (1986): Gustavo Pellón. South Atlantic Review 51 (1986): Magdalena Maiz. Chasqui 16.1 (1987): Noel Valis. Hispanic Review 55 (1987): Aníbal González. Latin American Literary Review 15 (1987): Edward H. Friedman. Rocky Mountain Review 41.4 (1987): Journal of Modern Literature (1988): Melvin S. Arrington. South Eastern Latin Americanist 32.1 (June 1988): René Prieto. Feast Beyond the Fringe. Studies in Latin American Popular Culture 7 (1988): Jonathan Tittler. Romance Quarterly 35 (1988): Jo Labanyi. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 66 (1989): Idle Fictions: The Hispanic Vanguard Novel, Durham: Duke University Press, Expanded paperback edition, Reviews: Choice 20 (1983): James H. Abbott. World Literature Today 57 (1983): 615. R. González Torres. Modern Fiction Studies 29.4 (1983): 809. Naomi Lindstrom. Chasqui 13 (1983): Barbara B. Aponte. Hispanic Review 52 (1984):

11 11 David R. Southard. Kentucky Romance Quarterly 31 (1984): Journal of Modern Literature 10 (1984): 382. Charles L. King. Symposium 38 ( ): Carolyn Richmond. Hispania 67 (1984): Gonzalo Navajas. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 52 (1985): Jerry Phillips Winfield. International Fiction Review 12.1 (March 1985). Klaus Meyer-Minneman. Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica 35.1 ( ): A.G. Loureiro. Dispositio 28 (1986): Maryellen Bieder. Modern Language Studies 17.2 (Spring 1987): Melvin S. Arrington. South Eastern Latin Americanist (Spring 1994): Scholarly Articles Palacio Valdés, Untimely, Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea, forthcoming. La Habana de Wallace Stevens, Cuban Studies 44 (2015): Antonio Machado s De Profundis, Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea 40.1 (2015): Eliseo Diego entre el porrazo y la payasada, La Habana Elegante 57 (noviembre 2015). Home Amid Resemblances: The Poetry of Ricardo Pau-Llosa, South Atlantic Review (2015): Oscar Hijuelos, Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press, Le «si/non» cubano-américain, L Amérique latine entre critique et théorie. Un autre regard sur la littérature. Ed. Carine Durand and Sandra Raguenet. Paris: Éditions Classiques Garnier, Merengue and Bachata, Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press, Del mascarón a la máscara en un poema de Eugenio Florit, Cuadernos de ALDEEU 27 (Primavera 2014): "Land or Language." Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau. Vol Detroit: Gale,

12 12 Rumba, Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press, Mambo, Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press, Bugalú, Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press, Words That Smell Like Home, U.S. Latino/a Writing. Ed. A. Robert Lee. New York: Routledge, Pirates of the Caribbean: Soft Exoticism and the Aesthetics of Diversity, Exploring the Global Caribbean. Ed. Susan Roberson. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, Saber de ausencia, Revista Iberoamericana, vol. LXXIX., núm. 243 (abril-junio de 2013): Destierro y destiempo, Imágenes de la globalización y tecnología en las últimas narrativas hispánicas. Ed. Jesús Montoya Suárez and Ángel Esteban. Madrid: Vervuert, Also in: Baquiana (mayo-agosto 2013). And in: Un pueblo disperso: Dimensiones sociales y culturales de la diáspora cubana. Ed. Jorge Duany. Cádiz: Editorial Aduana Vieja, A Cuban in Mayberry, North Carolina Literary Review 22 (2013): Cuban-American Literature, Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press, "The Facts of Life on the Hyphen," Caribe 13.2 ( [2012]): Foreword: An Ay! for an I. The Author Within: Fictional First-Person Discourses in Cuban Diaspora Novels. Raul Rosales. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, i-iii. Leer por gusto. Guaraguao: Revista de Cultura Latinoamericana 36 (primavera 2011): Growing Old Bilingual. The Hyphenated Writer and the Legacy of Exile. Ed. Paul Giordano. New York: Bordighera Press, Dolor de pequeñez : Martí y Pulgarcito, La Habana Elegante 48 (Fall-Winter 2010). Una polémica rimada, La Habana Elegante 48 (Fall-Winter 2010).

13 13 Sel u no sel. Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 78 (May 2009): Leyendo a Buesa. Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 50 (2008): Las consecuencias del amor por Cuba. Primera revista latinoamericana de letras 1.6 (October-November 2008): 3-5. Review article of Rafael Rojas, Motivos de Anteo: Patria y nación en la historia intelectual de Cuba. The Rights of the Aesthetic. South Atlantic Review 73 (Fall 2008): Havana Mañana: Cuba in the American Imagination. Cubainfo June Cuban Research Institute, Florida International University. My Repeating Island. The Portable Island: Cubans at Home in the World. Ed. Ruth Behar and Lucía Suárez. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, Excerpted in Encuentro en la red 17 October Latunes: An Introduction. Latin American Research Review 43.2 (2008): Ese idioma: Alejo Carpentier s Tongue Ties. Symposium 61.3 (2007): Reprinted as: Ese idioma: a(s) língua(s) enredada(s) de Alejo Carpentier. No reino de Alejo Carpentier: doze ensaios críticos. Ed. Elena Palmero González. Rio Grande: Editora de Furg, Jose Ángel Buesa y la impopularidad del éxito. Cuban Studies 38 (2007): Dulce María Loynaz y el peso de la ingravidez. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 41 (2007): Una escritura promiscua. Otrolunes 3 (December 2007). The Spell of the Hyphen. Mandorla: Nueva escritura de las Américas 10 (2007): ; rpt. Cuban-American Literature and Art: Negotiating Identities. Ed. Isabel Álvarez Borland and Lynette M. Bosch. Albany: State University of New York Press, Reading for Feeling: Pablo Neruda s Poema XX. Hispania 90 (2007): Hispanists and University Presses. Debating Hispanic Studies: Reflections on Our Disciplines. Ed. Luis Martín Escudillo, Francisco Ocampo and Nicholas Spadaccini. Hispanic Issues On Line 1.1 (2006):

14 14 Anatomía del infeliz (A propósito de un poema de Eugenio Florit). Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 39 (Winter ): Preface: A Canon of Worms. Generational Traumas and Contemporary Cuban- American Literature. Rafael Miguel Montes. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, i-iii. El amante de las torturas, o Eugenio Florit (casi) en persona. La Habana Elegante 32 (Winter 2005). On Bilingualism and Its Discontents. Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (Summer 2005): Balance del bilingüismo en Calvert Casey. Cuba: Un siglo de literatura, Ed. Anke Birkenmaier and Roberto González Echevarría. Madrid: Colibrí, Sin lenguas, deslenguado. Guayaba Sweet: Literatura cubana en Estados Unidos. Ed. Laura Alonso Gallo and Fabio Murrieta. Cádiz: Editorial Aduana Vieja, I m Cuban What s Your Excuse. Hanover Quarterly (Summer 2003): Bilingual Blues, Bilingual Bliss: El caso Casey. MLN 117 (March 2002): ; also in: Evolving Origins, Transplanting Cultures: Literary Legacies of the New Americas. Ed. Laura Alonso Gallo and Antonio Domínguez Miguela. Huelva: Universidad de Huelva, ; Bilingual Games. Ed. Doris Sommer. New York: Palgrave, El sino cubanoamericano. Ensayo cubano del siglo XX. Ed. Rafael Hernández and Rafael Rojas. Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Económica, ; also in: Cuba: Exilio y cultura. Ed. Julio Hernández-Miyares. Miami: Universal, Lenguaje de nadie. La voracidad grafómana: José Kozer. Ed. Jacobo Sefamí. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma, The Desi Chain. Defining Travel: Diverse Visions. Ed. Susan L. Roberson. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, Teaching Our House in the Last World. U.S. Latino Literature: A Critical Guide for Students and Teachers. Ed. Harold Augenbraum and Margarite Fernández Olmos. New York: Greenwood, Con la lengua afuera. Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 15 (Winter 1999/2000): My Own Private Cuba: Between Place and Nationality. Hopscotch 1.2 (1999):

15 15 Cuba sí, Cuba no: Querencias de la literatura cubanoamericana. Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 14 (Fall 1999): Jorge Mañach: Elements of Cuban Style. Caribe: Revista de Cultura y Literatura 1.1 (December 1998): A Willingness of the Heart: Cubanidad, Cubaneo, Cubanía. Cuban Studies Occasional Paper Series 2.7 University of Miami (October 1997); Cuba Paper Series 18 The Endowment for Cuban American Studies (January 1998). I Came, I Saw, I Conga d: Contexts for Cuban-American Culture. Everynight Life: Culture and Dance in Latin/o America. Ed. Celeste Fraser Delgado and José Esteban Muñoz. Durham: Duke University Press, The Facts of Life on the Hyphen. ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, Reviews 10.3 (Summer 1997): 17-18; ReMembering Cuba: Legacy of a Diaspora. Ed. Andrea O Reilly Herrera. Austin: University of Texas Press, Richard Rodriguez and the Art of Abstraction. Colby Quarterly 32.4 (December 1996): Santos Rábanos / Xawa Marks the Spot. Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana 1 (1996): Review article of Roberto Fernandez. Holy Radishes! Nacido en Cuba, hecho en Estados Unidos / Born in Cuba, Made in the U.S.A.. Cuba: la isla possible. Ed. Iván de la Nuez. Barcelona: Ediciones Destino, , The Art of Cuban Cooking. José Bedia: De Donde Vengo. Ed. Melissa E. Feldman. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, El ultimo viaje de Cristóbal Colón. Lazarillo: Revista Literaria y Cultural 4 (September-October 1993): My Critical Condition. Latin American Literary Review Special 20 th Anniversary Issue. 20 (July-December 1992): A Minor-Key Note on Cuban Studies. Cuban Studies Since the Revolution. Ed. Damián Fernández. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, Rum, Rump, and Rumba: Cuban Contexts for The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love. Toward a Theory of Latino Literature. Dispositio 41 (1991): Introduction. Toward a Theory of Latino Literature. Dispositio 41 (1991): iii-iv. Qué rico el mambo. Más 3.6 (November-December 1991):

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