List of Puerto Rican writers

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This is a list of Puerto Rican literary figures, including poets, novelists, short story authors, and playwrights. It includes people who were born in Puerto Rico, people who are of Puerto Rican ancestry, and many long-term residents and/or immigrants who have made Puerto Rico their home, and who are recognized for their literary work. New entries must be placed in alphabetical order and follow the formatting for the list.


A

  • Manuel Abreu Adorno (1955–1984)[1]
  • Rafael Acevedo (born 1960), poet, playwright, fiction writer[1]
  • Alfredo M. Aguayo educator and writer
    Established the first laboratory of child psychology at the University of Havana[2]
  • Jack Agüeros, author, playwright, poet and translator.[3]
  • Dr. Miguel Algarín, poet, writer
    Co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe.[4]
  • Dr. Manuel A. Alonso, poet and author
    Considered by many to be the first Puerto Rican writer of notable importance.[5]
  • Silvia Álvarez Curbelo, writer and historian.[6]
  • Alba Ambert, novelist
    Ambert in 1996, became the first Hispanic author to win the Carey McWilliams Award for Multicultural Literature, presented by the Multicultural Review, for her novel :A Perfect Silence".[7]
  • Pedro I. Aponte Vázquez, historian, journalist, social scientist, professor and writer.[8][9]
    Author of ¡Yo Acuso! Tortura y Asesinato de Don Pedro Albizu Campos.;[10] Pedro Albizu Campos: Su persecución por el F.B.I.;[11] Crónica de un encubrimiento: Albizu Campos y el caso Rhoads.;[12] Locura por decreto: El papel de Luis Muñoz Marín y José Trías Monge en el diagnóstico de locura de don Pedro Albizu Campos.;[13] El ataque Nacionalista a La Fortaleza;[14] The Unsolved Case of Dr. Cornelius P. Rhoads: An Indictment.;[15] Transición [short stories];[16] La hacienda;[17] "Necator Americanus: O sobre la fisiología del caso Rhoads"[18]
  • Dr. Delma S. Arrigoitia, historian, author
    Arrigoitia was the first person in the University of Puerto Rico to earn a master's degree in the field of history. In 2010, her book, "Puerto Rico Por Encima de Todo: Vida y Obra de Antonio R. Barcelo, 1868–1938", was recognized among the best in the category of "research and criticism" and awarded a first place prize by the Ateneo Puertorriqueño.[19]
  • Francisco Arriví, writer, poet, and playwright
    Arriví known as "The Father of the Puerto Rican Theater".[20]
  • Rane Arroyo, poet, playwright and scholar[21]

B-C

D

Anjanette Delgado, novelist, author of "The Heartbreak Pill" and "The Clairvoyant of Calle Ocho." Twice winner of the International Latino Book Award.

E-G

Juan Flores: Nuyorican writer/author of "From Bomba to Hip-Hop" - "The Diaspora Strikes Back" and other

H-K

L

M

O

  • Judith Ortiz Cofer, poet, writer and essayist.[89]
  • Micol Ostow, author
    Ostow wrote of "Mind Your Manners, Dick and Jane". Her novel, "Emily Goldberg Learns to Salsa", was named a New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age.[90]
  • Dr. José Gualberto Padilla a.k.a. "El Caribe" poet[91]
  • Luis Palés Matos, poet of Afro-Caribbean themes; author of "Tuntún de pasa y grifería" and "Pueblo negro"[92]
  • Dr. Antonio S. Pedreira, writer and educator
    Pedreira's most important book was "Insularismo", in which he explores the meaning of being Puerto Rican.[93]

P-Q

R–S

T-Z

See also

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External links

  • Acosta-Belén, Edna. "Puerto Rican Literature in the United States," in Redefining American Literary History, Ed. A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff and Jerry W. Ward, MLA, 1990.
  • Aldama, Frederick. Routledge Concise History of Latino/a Literature, featuring Puerto Rican authors Miguel Algarín, Giannina Braschi, Pedro Pietri, Miguel Piñero, Esmeralda Santiago, Piri Thomas, et al., Routledge, 2013.
  • Bibliografía de escritores puertorriqueños de la Generación Ochenta (Generation of the 80's).
  • Cancel, Mario R. Literatura y narrativa puertorriqueña: la escritura entre siglos. San Juan: Pasadizo, 2007.
  • Callahan, Laura. Spanish/English Codeswitching in a Written Corpus. John Benjamins Publishing, 2004.
  • Castillo, Debra. Redreaming America: Toward a Bilingual American Culture. On Ana Lydia Vega and Giannina Braschi. SUNY Series in Latin American and Iberian Thought and Culture, 2005.
  • López Baralt, Mercedes. Literatura Puertorriqueña del Siglo XX: Antología. San Juan: EDUPR, 2004.
  • Martínez Márquez, Alberto, and Mario Cancel. El límite volcado. Antología de la Generación de Poetas de los Ochenta. San Juan: Isla Negra, 2000.
  • Milligan, Bryce, Floricanto Sí!: A Collection of Latina Poetry. Penguin, 1998.
  • Moreira, Rubén Alejandro. Antología de la poesía puertorriqueña. Vol. I Romanticismo; Vol.II Modernismo y Postmodernismo; Vol. III Contemporánea; Vol. IV Contemporánea. San Juan: Tríptico, 1992-1993.
  • Ortega, Julio. Antología de la poesía latinoamericana del siglo XXI: el turno y la transición. México: Editorial Siglo XXI, 1997.
  • Torres, Lourdes. "In the Contact Zone: Code-Switching Strategies by Latino/a Writers", JUSTOR, 2007.
  • Stanchich, Maritza. "Insular Interventions: Diasporic Puerto Rican Literature Bilanguaging toward a Greater Puerto Rico." Ph.D. diss, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2003.
  • Torres-Padilla, José L. and Carmen Haydée Rivera. Writing Off the Hyphen: New Critical Perspectives on the Literature of the Puerto Rican Diaspora. University of Washington Press, 2008.
  • Williams, Raymond L. The Columbia Guide to the Latin American Novel Since 1945. Featuring Puerto Rican novelists Giannina Braschi, Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá, Luis Rafael Sanchez, and Esmeralda Santiago. New york: Columbia University Press, 2007.
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