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Cristina Garcia
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Burkett, Elinor, "Author Focuses on Cuban Nostalgia," in Chicago Tribune, April 9, 1992, p. 11I.

In this interview, Garcia describes how it feels to be a
Cuban-American writer and discusses her childhood
and literary beginnings.

Davila, Florangela, "Cristina Garcia Identifies with Her Characters," in Seattle Times, June 17, 1997, p. C1.

An interview with Garcia in which she discusses how
a flock of ducks was the inspiration for her second
novel.

Garcia, Cristina, "Star-Spangled," in Washington Post, July 18, 1999, p. W21.

Garcia writes of her own childhood and how it felt to
celebrate her birthday on the Fourth of July, the
birthday of her adopted country.

Italie, Hillel, "Imagining Cuba," in the Associated Press, March 30, 1992.

Garcia discusses the beginnings of her first novel.

Stephenson, Anne, "Dreaming in Cuban Has Happy Ending: First-Time Novelist Hailed as Major Voice for Latinos," in Arizona Republic, March 31, 1993.

In this interview, Garcia discusses what it feels like to...

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