Lila Quintero Weaver was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but grew up in Alabama. She tells the story of her family’s immigration in Darkroom: A Memoir in Black & White (The University of Alabama Press, 2012). Cuarto oscuro: Recuerdos en blanco y negro is the Spanish edition. In July 2018, Candlewick Press will release Lila’s first children’s book, My Year in the Middle. Lila and her husband Paul have three grown children.
Dear readers, I’d love to hear from you! Please send comments, questions, or event inquiries to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. My literary representative is Adriana Dominguez at Full Circle Literary.
My social-media hangouts are Twitter: @LilaQWeaver and Instagram. I also collaborate on the blog Latinxs in Kid Lit, which seeks to promote diversity in children’s and teen’s books, with a major focus on Latinx creators.
Youth librarian Edith Campbell’s blog, CrazyQuiltEdi.
Reviews for My Year in the Middle
School Library Journal (coming soon)
Latinxs in Kid Lit (my own book birthday post)
Reviews for Darkroom
Nerdy Book Club, a guest post on the children’s classic, The Hundred Dresses
The Memoir Project, a guest post on writing memoirs and how to recover details seemingly lost to memory
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