Entrevista a Ligia Minaya: Confesiones de algunos pecados veniales

López, Enrique Ávila
April 2009
Confluencia;Spring2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p108
Academic Journal
An interview with Dominican journalist and author Ligia Minaya is presented. Minaya states that she does not belong to any organization or cultural association, that she is proud of the international book fair held annually in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and that her first book, "Cuando me asalta el recuerdo de ti," is based on the lives of frustrated women, whom she observed around her.


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