Cristina Rivera Garza

Cristina Rivera Garza is an interdisciplinary scholar and an award winning cross-genre author. Recent publications include The Taiga Syndrome, translated by Suzanne Jill Levine and Aviva Kana; The Iliac Crest, translated by Sarah Booker; and Había mucha neblina o humo o no sé qué. As a Distinguished Professor of Hispanic Studies, she founded the first PhD in Creative Writing in Spanish at the University of Houston. She holds a PhD in Latin American history and is currently William H. Bonsall Visting Professor in the Humanities at Stanford University. 

Readings

Writers on Writing -- Fall 2019