The Taste of Salt

I wanted to read Martha Southgate’s The Taste of Salt as soon as I heard about it. Admittedly, the desire was pretty arbitrary at first: the beautiful cover caught my eye. Once I found out what the book is actually about, I couldn’t wait to read more. Luckily, the publisher sent me a copy so thatContinue reading “The Taste of Salt”

What You See in the Dark

The Feminist Texican [Reads] will be featuring a variety of fiction and nonfiction books by/about Latin@s throughout Latina/o Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15). In 1959, Teresa, a Mexican American girl with no family and big dreams begins dating handsome, white Dan Watson. Their interracial relationship is the subject of much gossip, and localsContinue reading “What You See in the Dark”