Blurring the borders between literature, journalism, essay, history, memoir and short story, Las Nalgas de JLo is a non-fiction collection of columns, articles, reviews, and poems, most written by Renaud González between 1995-2005 when she was an independent columnist for the San Antonio Express-News. While most of the 61 columns and articles included in this book were published in the San Antonio Express-News, many were published in other national newspapers and magazines, and some were unpublished due to their content. A “Disclaimer” as an introduction, and an "A-diosa-tion" and Afterword as a Despedida are also included in this collection.


 

Las Nalgas de JLo is a great textbook/reader for courses in Chicana/o Studies and Chicana Feminism. 290 pages / $24 

 

 

Bárbara Renaud González is a Tejana born in South Texas, who grew up in the Texas Panhandle. She graduated with a B.A. in Social Work from the University of Texas Río Grande Valley and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She worked in Washington D.C., followed by postgraduate work at the Harvard Kennedy School, studying Immigration and Labor. Her novel, Golondrina, why did you leave me?, was the first Chicana novel published by the University of Texas Press in 2009. She is also the author of The Boy Made of Lightning, an interactive children’s book on the life of the late, great, voting rights activist, Willie Velásquez.

Join us April 28, 2017 
National Book Launch
Las Nalgas de JLo/JLo's Booty
by Bárbara Renaud González at
The Esperanza Peace & Justice Center
922 San Pedro
San Antonio, Texas 78212
6–10pm

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Press Release
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For review copies or more info, contact Juan Tejeda at editors@aztlanlibrepress.com or 210.710.8537.

Tlazokamati/Gracias,
Juan Tejeda & Anisa Onofre

 
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