Amanda Alcántara is a Dominican-American writer and journalist. She is the author of “Chula” (2019). Her creative writing and journalistic work has been featured in the anthology “Latinas: Struggles & Protests in 21st Century USA,” the poetry anthology "LatiNext" and several news publications. She is also a co-founder and previous editor of La Galería Magazine. Alcántara is a Libra who loves exploring nature and being close to the sea. She recently rematriated to the Dominican Republic and launched the podcast Radio Místico, exploring all things myths and legends from a Caribbean perspective.https://linktr.ee/yosoy_amanda
Latest Posts From Amanda
How Moving to the Dominican Republic Has Shifted My Views on Self-Love
Over the past few years, a trend has emerged: young professionals have been leaving behind their lives in the US and relocating to countries in Asia, Europe, or Latin America for slower and even more affordable lifestyles.
Tell Me Más: Letón Pé's Tropical Freshness and Dedication Are Key to Her Rise
In our Q&A series Tell Me Más, we ask some of our favorite Latinx artists to answer the questions only their BFFs know about them, revealing everything from their most recent read to the songs that get them hyped.
Why You Need to Have Afro-Dominican Teen Rap Star J Noa on Your Radar This Year
As the rap sound continues to make waves across the globe — often far from the Black communities that birthed it — a young artist is emerging in the international scene, who is using the genre as a platform to speak up for her community.