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It has been a longtime passion to create a forum that brings Published Authors, Emerging Latino Authors and Readers together. Why? Because of the belief that books and reading is what forms us as individuals. What we read helps to shape the human beings that we become. It is the words written in books, magazines, comics, songs, poetry and other forums that will live long after we are gone. It is our experiences, our contribution to humanity, and the creation of written words that will capture the essence of our individualism and many cultures for future generations to come.

TheLatinoAuthor.com is here to provide a platform for Latino authors and readers to come together around the world. We want to showcase the talent that exists within the Latino world and bring it to the forefront. We want people, wherever they may reside, to realize and achieve their dreams in the world of writing and reading – it can be done! 

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Featured Author

This week, TheLatinoAuthor.com is featuring Rick Najera, an award-winning writer-performer-director-producer, author and comedian with credits in film, television, theatre and Broadway. He is undeniably one of the most sought-after and influential talents in the entertainment industry. His accolades are numerous. The Writers Guild of America lists: “Poet and producer, actor and comedian, award-winning TV writer, denizen of the Latin quarter, Hollywood Hills and Great White Way, Rick Najera is the embodiment of diversity.”

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