This is the ninth in a monthly (sometimes twice-monthly) series of guest blog posts in which emerging Latina writers talk about their work, their process and what inspires them, on Following The Lede, a blog by Sabrina Vorvoulias.
Gina Ruiz is a freelance writer, poet and book reviewer whose first love has always been books. Gina has maintained several blogs over the years: Doña Lupe’s Kitchen, AmoXcalli, The Camellia Project and Twirling and Typos. Her poetry has been published on PoeticDiversity.org and her book reviews and articles published on La Bloga and Xispas, two web sites with a strong Hispanic/Latino focus. She is also a columnist with Blogcritics.org and has been a panelist and social media person for the Cybils awards for the past six years. She is a member of SCBWI – Los Angeles Chapter. She has a short story in ¡Ban This!, is sometimes a featured writer on Pocho.com and has a new short stories in the upcoming anthology, Lowriting. She is currently working on a novel about La Llorona.
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