54 New Books to Discover This Hispanic Heritage Month
To help celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month—which runs annually in the U.S. from September 15 to October 15—we’ve collected here 54 new and upcoming books from Latino/a/x/e authors.
Each of the titles here is a 2023 publication (either on shelves now or publishing before the end of the year), and you’ll find there’s a remarkably wide array of plots to browse, investigate, and choose from.
Some spotlight items, in no particular order: YA specialist and National Book Award winner Elizabeth Acevedo is back on shelves with Family Lore, her first foray into adult fiction. The very buzzy upcoming What the River Knows, from author Isabel Ibañez, features a 19th-century fantasy adventure that starts in Buenos Aires and winds up in Cairo. If you’re in the market for magical flowers, consider J.C. Cervantes’ The Enchanted Hacienda.
Horror fans will also want to take note of the scary stories on offer this year. New books include Piñata (possessed teenagers), Silver Nitrate (cursed horror movies), The Haunting of Alejandra (ghostly apparitions), Vampires of El Norte (Old West bloodsuckers), Monstrilio (the eternal plight of adolescent monsters), and Our Share of Night (demonic families, relatable).
Hover over each cover image for the details, or click through for even more information, plus reviews from your fellow Goodreaders. Feel free to add additional suggestions in the comments section, and don’t forget your own Want to Read list.
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