Cepeda’s writings have been widely anthologized and her byline has been featured in media outlets including The New York Times, People, the Associated Press, The Village Voice, MTV News, CNN.com, and many others. For more, click here.
“An impressive story of self-understanding and redemption. [Cepeda's] mix of New York’s hip hop slang and Latino ghetto language with an extremely rich and sophisticated style has produced a rare piece of high-level American contemporary literature.” — Frank Moya Pons, author of more than 20 books and foremost historian of Dominican and Caribbean history
“Drawing on the science of DNA testing and her own sense and experience of mysticism, Cepeda, an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker, offers a “synthesis between logos and mythos” in a thoroughly engaging look at race from a Latina’s perspective on what is touted as a postracial society.” — Booklist, starred review
Raquel Cepeda is an author, filmmaker and journalist working and living in her native New York City. furthermore
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