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In addition to writing articles and book reviews, Mayra David writes short stories and novels. Well, so far, just one novel. But she does have several short stories and they are indeed short. She lives in New York City with her husband, books, and laptop.
Mayra David discusses the phenomenon of the "Third Culture Kid" and how it informs and shapes the kid and her creative work: "Does...
As a second part to her feature on The Help, Mayra David writes about the global impact of racial stereotypes in American films an...
Mayra David writes about The Help and the history of the Mammy stereotype in American film: "Yes, the image of an African-American...
Can the current challenges in feminism be found in the embodiment of the conflict between Alice and Rebecca Walker? Looking at the...
Mayra David reviews Siohban Fallon's debut novel, You Know When the Men Are Gone: "Among the plethora of truly touching impression...
Mayra David reviews Clara and Mr. Tiffany: A Novel by Susan Vreeland, and writes, "What is it about this time in New York that so ...
Review by Mayra David Harper Paperbacks, 2010 A hotel is the perfect setting for Strauss’ characters; eight women passing th...
Review by Mayra David iUniverse, 2009 One family, one story; seven voices, seven lives. In this beautifully written novel, Chitra ...
Shaye Areheart Books, 2009 Review by Mayra David This is a story that spans time, cultures, continents, even worlds. But for all t...
Bold Strokes Books, 2009 Review by Mayra David A warning: the cover of the book posits: “Imagine if you could choose your pa...
The Permanent Press, 2008 Review by Mayra David Abruptly and without warning the reader finds themselves in the middle of Tildy&#8...
ANNA FELICIA SANCHEZ ISHIKAWA or Anna Ishikawa, as she is known professionally, was born in August 1981 and graduated from St. Sch...