Interviews

Poet and journalist Beatriz Copello talks about her first impressions of Australia and her latest poetry collection Witches, Women & Words.
Theatre maker, producer and arts manager Caro Duca founded Teatro Latinx Perth now Espacio Latinx Perth to bring together the Latinx community in Western Australia.
Argentinian-born photographer and poet Daniel Sacchero remembers his childhood in Argentina and talks about his first poetry collection, Distancia Cero.
Maria Elena Lorenzin talks with Puentes Review about writing and the Red de Escritoras de Microficción (Network of Women Microfiction Writers).
Award-winning writer Guido Melo is working on his memoir and keeping his feet on the ground. He tells us why he thinks each published piece could be his last.
Venezuelan-born designer, artist and cultural promoter, Eyal Chipkiewicz, talks with Puentes Review about A Voz Limpia and Casa Cultura, two projects that elevate and promote Latinx voices in Melbourne and beyond.
Claudia Rodriguez-Larrain is the co-founder of the Latin American Writers Association (LAWA), an online platform that empowers Latinx writers to explore their craft and find their voice.
Alejandro del Castillo is an award-winning Mexican author and editor living in Naarm (Melbourne). His editorial house, Revarena Ediciones, is now making strides in Australia, where it has published a bilingual anthology of short stories and poetry by emerging Latinx writers in Australia and emerging writers in Latin America.
Award-winning author Joy Castro talks with Puentes Review about writing, being Latinx and her new book Flight Risk.
Asiel Adan Sanchez is a non-binary poet based in Naarm (Melbourne). Born in Mexico, they write about identity, grief, race, gender and sexuality. Their first poetry collection is m/ /otherland.