Claiming a History, Creating a Story: An Interview with Eleanor Parker Sapia

There are stories that spread from parent to child; from mouth to ear; and from hand to paper. And then there are those stories that connect us beyond borders.

Source: Claiming a History, Creating a Story: An Interview with Eleanor Parker Sapia

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Eleanor Parker Sapia

Puerto Rican-born, Eleanor Parker Sapia is the author of the award-winning, historical novel, A DECENT WOMAN, published by Sixth Street River Press. The book is a Finalist in the 2016 International Latino Book Award with Latino Literacy Now, and was Book of the Month with Las Comadres and Friends National Latino Book Club. She is featured in the award-winning anthology, Latino Authors and Their Muses, edited by Mayra Calvani. Eleanor is currently working on her second book, The Laments, set in 1927 Puerto Rico. Eleanor is a writer, artist, photographer, and blogger, who is never without a pen, notebook, and her camera. Her wonderful adult children are doing wonderful things in the world, which allows Eleanor the blessing of writing full time. http://amzn.to/1X0qFvK Please visit Eleanor at her website: http://www.eleanorparkersapia.com

6 thoughts on “Claiming a History, Creating a Story: An Interview with Eleanor Parker Sapia”

  1. Good interview, Ellie. This, esp. made me think about why we write: ” The art of storytelling is extremely valuable in that our stories are the legacy we leave our children and to the world. There was no bigger joy than to dedicate my books to my children…” Well done.

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