From The New Yorker: A personal history about a childhood in Los Angeles in close proximity to an infamous assassin--and some basic lessons about prejudice and perception.

For The New York Times: A celebration of the "diaspora renaissance," flowering of culture from immigrant communities.

A meditation on the portrayal of the modern Latino experience in U.S. mass media.

For The New Yorker, a 12,000-word excerpt from Deep Down Dark on the Copiapó mine disaster