Author: Amelia Diaz Ettinger

Born in Mexico and raised in Puerto Rico, Amelia Díaz Ettinger has written poems that reflect the struggle with identity often found in immigrants. She began writing poetry at age three, dictating poems out loud to the adults in her life, who wrote them down for her. Ettinger has continued to write poems and short stories throughout her life, while working as a high school science teacher. In 2015, her first book of poetry, Speaking at a Time, a bilingual collection published by Redbat Books, was well received. LEARNING TO LOVE A WESTERN SKY (Airlie Press, 2020) is her second poetry collection.

Learning to Love a Western Sky
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Learning to Love a Western Sky

Airlie Press

Poetry. Latinx Studies. Women's Studies. Ettinger's second book of poetry reflects the assimilation of the immigrant into the host landscape. It is the transition from nostalgia to integration and the review of aging, loving, and betrayal in this fo...

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