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​​BIO
Christine Granados was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. She has been a journalist with the El Paso Times and the Austin American-Statesman. She is a reporter at the Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post. Her second book of fiction, Fight Like a Man and Other Stories We Tell Our Children, was published by the University of New Mexico Press in 2017.

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Christine Granados
Christine Granados was born and grew up in El Paso, Texas. She has been a Spur Award finalist and winner of the 2006 Alfredo Cisneros del Moral Foundation Award. Christine's fiction and nonfiction have appeared in such magazines as the ​​Evergreen Review, Callaloo, NPR's Latino USA, Texas Monthly, Texas Observer, and El Andar, along with several anthologies and college textbooks. – Front Porch Journal


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Sheryl Luna asked three questions to three Latina writers—Cynthia Cruz, Christine Granados and Carmen Giménez Smith—on the state of literature and the literary publishing scene for women who happen to be Latina. Their diverse answers are a testament to the fact that Latina writers cannot be pigeonholed into one monolithic, simplistic category. – The Conversant

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We asked writers around the state a series of bookish questions. Here are a few of their answers. – Texas Monthly​​


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