The latest issue of MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (Volume 38, Issue 2) has published online.

We have made the editorial freely available to read:

Introduction: New Perspectives on Puerto Rican, Latina/o, Chicana/o, and Caribbean American Literatures

Veronica Makowsky

Other articles in this issue include:

“Little Things Are Big”: Race and the Politics of Print Community in the Writings of Jesús Colón

Adalaine Holton


Articulating a Geography of Pain: Metaphor, Memory, and Movement in Helena María Viramontes’s Their Dogs Came with Them

Alicia Muñoz


“I will walk away on my own, phantom-footed”: Judith Ortiz Cofer’s Invocation of the Constant Move

Ilka Kressner


“[A]nother set of teeth”: Nahua Myth and the Authorizing of Writing in Borderlands/La Frontera

Leisa Kauffmann


Shifting Subjectivities: Mestizas, Nepantleras, and Gloria Anzaldúa’s Legacy

Martina Koegeler-Abdi


Cultural Identity, Translation, and William Carlos Williams

Peter Ramos


Passing and the State in Junot Díaz’s “Drown”

Dorothy Stringer


The Marvelous History of the Dominican Republic in Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

Tim Lanzendörfer


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