Kathleen Alcalá is the author of six books of fiction and nonfiction. Her work has received the Western States Book Award, the Governor’s Writers Award, and a Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Book Award. She received her second Artist Trust Fellowship in 2008, and in 2014 was honored by the national Latino writers group, Con Tinta. She has been designated an Island Treasure in the Arts on Bainbridge Island.
Spirits of the Ordinary is a novel set in 19th Century Mexico about hidden Jews, identity, and love.
A novel set in the near future
The Raven Chronicles/Raven Chronicles Press is a nonprofit independent publishing press and literary organization, established in Seattle in 1991.
This book, a hybrid collection, brings together autohistoria, memoir, prose, poetry and academic essays on films and fiction, all concerning the legacy of La…