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Elizabeth Acevedo’s New Novel Explores the Fullness of Grief

‘Clap When You Land’ explores grief and its taboo in Latinx culture

A photo of Elizabeth Acevedo.
Elizabeth Acevedo. Photo: Denzel Golatt

Lately, the New York Times bestselling author and National Book Award winner Elizabeth Acevedo has been thinking a lot about grief and life in the Dominican Republic. It’s not only because her recently released novel, Clap When You Land, centers…

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Alicia Ramírez

Alicia Ramírez

Alicia Ramírez is a New York-based writer covering theatre, identity, and culture.

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