In Dariel Suarez’s debut novel, the realities of living in Havana under a communist state are brought alive through vivid detail and a sense of lived experience.
Author - Tanya Pérez-Brennan
Tanya Pérez-Brennan is a freelance interpreter and translator, journalist, and adjunct professor. She was a regular contributor to Foxnewslatino.com, where she covered national immigration policy and the immigrant Latino community in Massachusetts, and at The Boston Globe, where she covered the Town of Framingham, home to the state’s largest Brazilian community. She was a staff writer for The Orlando Sentinel, where she covered local city government and the Puerto Rican and Mexican migrant communities, and The Florida Times-Union, where she covered general features and the arts, including Latino and Latin American artists. Tanya has taught Spanish at Regis College and Babson College, and translation at Harvard University. Tanya has an MFA from Bennington College in Creative Writing & Literature, an M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University, and a B.A. in Latin American Studies from the University of Massachusetts Boston. Fun fact: Tanya is half Colombian and Irish and grew up in Brazil.