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Biography
Aurora Levins Morales Aurora Levins Morales is an acclaimed writer, artist, and historian. She is also an activist, a healer, and a revolutionary. Levins Morales is the author of several books, including Medicine Stories: History, Culture, and the Politics of Integrity (South End Press, 1998), Remedios: Stories of Earth and Iron from the History of Puertorriqueñas (South End Press, 2001) Getting Home Alive (Firebrand, 1986); and contributor to the watershed collections This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color (Persephone Press, 1981; Kitchen Table Press, 1984; Third Woman Press, 2002-2008), and Telling to Live: Latina Feminist Testimonios (Duke University Press, 2001).

A Jewish "red diaper baby" from the mountains of Puerto Rico, Morales is the founder of Palabrera Press. Forthcoming publications by Palabrera include the 25th anniversary edition of Getting Home Alive and Cosecha and Other Stories, both co-authored with the late Rosario Morales.


South End Press titles by Aurora Levins Morales

cover Medicine Stories
History, Culture, and the Politics of Integrity
cover Remedios
Stories of Earth and Iron from the History of the Puertorriqueñas
cover Medicine Stories
History, Culture, and the Politics of Integrity