Gina MarySol Ruiz is a freelance writer, poet and book reviewer. Gina has maintained several blogs over the years. Gina is also a columnist with Blogcritics.org. She has also been a panelist for the Cybils awards two years running in the Graphic Novel category.
She is a member in good standing of SCBWI - Los Angeles Chapter, Linkedin Journalists and Las Comadres Para Las Americas. You can find her on Foodbuzz, Facebook, Myspace, Twitter and LinkedIn.
A marvelous book and CD set.
Dark Horse Comics' presentation at Comic-Con 2008 with surprise guest Bruce Campbell.
Day one at Comic-Con begins with a five-hour traffic delay - attendees and talent trapped on the freeway.
A conversation with an icon of Chicana feminist history, prolific author, and poet Ana Castillo.
This is the long-awaited first novel from one of the most original and memorable writers working today.
Board books for the very young child provide entertainment, learning and help to promote a love of reading. Start them young!
Sherman Alexie's first book for young adults tackles alcoholism, poverty in a heartbreakingly funny and well-written story.
A dark and mysterious graphic novel filled with rich illustration and a very Lovecraftian story.
Little Maya longs to find brilliant, beautiful, inspiring color in her world, but it seems to be filled with nothing but sand.
Andrew's tale offers up a vivid look at the cloak and dagger politics of Elizabethan times and a genuine feel for what it must have been like to set foot on a new land.