Celia Correas de Zapata

Celia Correas de Zapata (born 9 October 1935 in Mendoza, Argentina) is an academic, poet, and author, and a leading scholar of the history of Latin American women writers. She is a professor of literature at San Jose State University, and was director of the 1976 Conference of Inter-American Women Writers, one of the earliest U.S. conferences in this field.

Born in Argentina, she now resides in California. She edited the anthology ''Short Stories by Latin America Women: The Magic and the Real'' with introduction by Isabel Allende. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Correas de Zapata, Celia.
Published 2002
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