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Reyna Grande

Reyna Grande is the award--winning author of Across a Hundred Mountains (Atria 2006) and Dancing with Butterflies (Atria 2009). Atria will also publish her upcoming memoir, The Space Between Us in 2012.

Articles by Reyna Grande

An American Latina in South Korea June 7, 2011 (Reyna Grande) In October 2010, I received an email from a man named Woo, Suk-Kyun, inviting me to participate in a literary conference in South Korea. I was flabbergasted. Ever since my first novel, Across a Hundred Mountains, was published in June of 2006, I had received invitations to speaks at schools, teacher conferences, author luncheons, graduations, and literary conferences, all here in the area or within the U.S. Yet I had never been asked to present abroad. South Korea? I thought. Who in the world knows me in South Korea? (complete article...)