Before October 15th comes and goes, I wanted to share a list of Latinx authors and their books for Latinx Heritage Month (September 15th-October 15th). If you haven’t checked these Authors out, you REALLY should! I am a fan of all these authors so I had to shout them out!

  • Elizabeth Acevedo
    • Beastgirl and Other Origin Myths (Poetry)
    • The Poet X
    • With The Fire On High
    • Clap When You Land
  • Zoraida Cordova
    • The Savage Blue (Book 1)
    • The Vicious Deep (Book 2)
    • The Vast And Brutal Sea (Book 3)
    • Labyrinth Lost (Brooklyn Brujas 1)
    • Bruja Born (Brooklyn Brujas 2)
    • Wayward Witch (Brooklyn Brujas 3)
    • Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge: A Crash Of Fate
    • Incendiary (Book 1)
    • The Way To Rio Luna (MG; Book 1)
  • Sara Faring
    • The Tenth Girl
    • White Fox
  • Michelle Ruiz Keil
    • All Of Us With Wings
  • Tehlor Kay Meija
    • We Set The Dark On Fire
    • We Unleash The Merciless Storm
    • Paola Santiago And The River of Tears (MG, book 1)
    • Paola Santiago And The Forest of Nightmares (MG, Book 2 2021)
  • Tehlor Kay Meija & Anna-Marie McLemore
    • Miss Meteor
  • Anna-Marie McLemore
    • The Weight of Feathers
    • When The Moon Was Ours
    • Wild Beauty
    • Blanca & Roja
    • Deep And Darkest Red
  • Maya Motayne
    • Nocturna (Book 1)
    • Oculta (Book 2, 2021)
  • Claribel A. Ortega
    • Ghost Squad (MG)
  • Mark Oshiro
    • Anger Is A Gift
    • Each of Us A Desert
  • Lilliam Riviera
    • The Education of Margot Sanchez
    • Dealing In Dreams
    • Goldie Vance: The Hotel Whodunit (MG)
    • Never Look Back

I know there are so many more out there & I love to learn about other books, so please feel free to share your favorite Latinx authors and books in the comments! I’d be happy to add on to the list!

Happy Reading and As Always, Sending Bookish Love Your Way!


Published by bookishgirlmagic

I’m reader who has a fierce love for books written by authors of color & belief in the importance of supporting them! My mission is to amplify their voices and work so this generation and all the others after them will have literature that will reflect them.

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