Official Book Release
Happy National Native American Heritage Day!
We celebrate the occasion today with the official book release of The Raving Press' Labios de Piedra/Lips of Stone: a collection of poems by Xánath Caraza in Spanish, accompanied by their English translations by Sandra Kingery. This is our first fully bilingual, single-author, poetry publication, and it is a good one!
More women and people of color's voices need to be elevated and amplified. This is the mission of The Raving Press. Help us achieve this goal by purchasing a copy of Labios de Piedra/Lips of Stone, or any other book in our list of publications.
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New Book by The Raving Press
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Raving Press to Publish their latest book, a collection of bilingual poetry by a single author in more than ten years.
The book will be available beginning on November 26, 2021, to coincide with National Native American Heritage Day.
Mission, Texas, USA – November 19, 2021 – The Raving Press, a Rio Grande Valley independent book publishing press, will be publishing their first book of poetry by a single author in more than ten years. For over a decade, the publisher has been focused on poetry and prose anthologies covering the societal topics of our times. This newest publication will be a departure from that focus on anthologies to feature a renowned author of poetry, Xanath Caraza. The new book is titled Labios de Piedra (Lips of Stone) and is a fully bilingual – Spanish and English – publication.
Caraza is described in her bio as “a traveler, educator, poet, short story writer, and translator.” She writes for La Bloga, and Revista Literaria Monolito. Her various books have garnered recognition winning numerous awards, and they have been translated into English, Italian, Romanian, and Greek; and partially translated into Nahuatl, Portuguese, Hindi, and Turkish.
The description for Labios de Piedra is summarized as follows:
“Author Xanath Caraza leads the reader on a highly visual archeological dig across the strata of time and history in this poetic tour through the ethos of Mexico's ‘mother culture’: the Olmec civilization.”
To coincide with the theme of Native American history of this book, the book release is scheduled for November 26, 2021, which is National Native American Heritage Day.
The book will be available on paperback online and through the publisher's website.
Visit https://www.theravingpress.com/labios-de-piedra.html to keep track of the countdown to the book’s North American release.
For information about the book or about the publisher, write to email@example.com.
About The Raving Press:
The Raving Press is an independent publisher from the Rio Grande Valley founded in 1998. The press is focused on finding talented authors of color from across the U.S. and beyond. The primary publishing output is focused on anthologies, but on rare occasions single-author manuscripts are also considered. The Raving Press is headquartered in Mission, Texas. For more information visit www.theravingpress.com
Gabriel H. Sanchez is an author, poet, actor, editor, and publisher from the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas, on the border with Mexico. Gabriel is the author of "Once Upon a Bad Hombre," "The X Series," "The Martian Ones: Tales of Human Folly," and "The Fluid Chicano." You can read more about him and his other projects at gabrielhugo.com or on his Facebook page: @gabrielhugoauthor.
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