Writers talk with each other about their books, the process of putting them together, and writing life in general. Moderated by editors from the indie publisher, Cinco Puntos Press.
PAN DULCE- Children's Book Writers Cynthia Weill & Emma Otheguy12/02/2020 Duración: 25min
CPP Publisher and Co-Founder, Lee Byrd, talk with authors Cynthia Weill ("Let's Work," Cinco Puntos Press) and Emma Otheguy ("Marti's Song for Freedom," Lee & Low). The writers talk about the powerful discussions picture books can spark, why they highlight Latinx culture in their work, and how they came to be children's books authors!
PAN DULCE- Writers Sergio Troncoso And Octavio Solis16/10/2019 Duración: 52min
CPP Editorial and Foreign Rights Director Jessica Powers moderates a chat with Sergio Troncoso (author of A Peculiar Kind of Immigrant's Son) and Octavio Solis (author of Retablos). The authors talk about their books, growing up in the Lower Valley area of El Paso, and what their Mexican American and fronterizo identities have meant for them as adults.
PAN DULCE- Writers Sonia Patel, Jacqueline Martin, June Jo Lee11/09/2019 Duración: 30min
From the El Paso-based indie publisher, Cinco Puntos Press. Writers talk with each other about their books. This episodes features Sonia Patel, author of BLOODY SEOUL, chatting with Jacqueline Briggs Martin and June Jo Lee, co-authors of CHEF ROY CHOI AND THE STREET FOOD REMIX from Readers To Eaters. They had a wonderful conversation about the connection and comfort food can bring us, the concept of sohn maash in Korean culture, why we should make the world bigger instead of trying to fit in, and many more great things!