(Mary) Terri De la Peña

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(Mary) Terri de la Peña (born 1947) is a Mexican American writer of novels, short stories and essays.[1] Her works have addressed lesbian sexuality,[2] nature,[3] and Chicana community.[4][5] De la Peña was 45 years old[6] when her first[7] book, Margins, was published.

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  1. ^ Nelson, Emmanuel S. (2009). Encyclopedia of contemporary LGBTQ literature of the United States. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press. p. 176. ISBN 9780313348600. 
  2. ^ Torres, Lourdes; Pertusa, Inmaculada (2003). Tortilleras : Hispanic and U.S. Latina lesbian expression. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. ISBN 1592130062. 
  3. ^ Anderson, Lorraine; Edwards, Thomas S. (2002). At home on this earth : two centuries of U.S. women's nature writing. University Press of New England: Hanover, NH. ISBN 158465208X. 
  4. ^ Brady, Mary Pat (2002). Extinct lands, temporal geographies : Chicana literature and the urgency of space. Durham: Duke University Press. ISBN 0822330059. 
  5. ^ Danielson, Marivel T. (2009). Homecoming queers : desire and difference in Chicana Latina cultural production. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press. ISBN 9780813545714. 
  6. ^ Nelson, Emmanuel S. (2009). Encyclopedia of contemporary LGBTQ literature of the United States. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press. p. 176. ISBN 9780313348600. 
  7. ^ "Margins". Retrieved 2016-03-30.