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About Centro Voices e-Magazine

Centro Voices is an online magazine covering the current affairs, history, arts and culture of Puerto Ricans in the United States. It is directed to and written by members of our nationwide communities, functioning as the vehicle connecting the multiple manifestations of Puerto Rican identity and culture.

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Interested in writing for Voices e-Magazine?

Send your work (800-1,500 words) along with any additional queries to email: centrovo@hunter.cuny.edu.

We're looking to publish work related to the Puerto Rican experience here in the United States, including:

  • Book reviews on Puerto Rican texts (fiction, non-fiction, poetry, academic)
  • Puerto Rican cultural or historical essays
  • Interviews with Puerto Rican artists (music, film, literature, etc.)
  • Photo Essays focusing on Puerto Rican community and culture
  • Community reporting cultural events or on organizations serving Puerto Rican neighborhoods
Current Affairs
Bobby Sanabria remembers the first time he watched West Side Story like it was yesterday...
Chronicles
I was still a kid when I woke up one morning to find out one of my older brothers was...
Barrios
Bodega is a word firmly rooted in the New Yorker lexicon, twice removed from its Spanish...
Arts & Culture
This month in New York City, two exhibits of conceptual art explore themes related to the...