In Writing

Maria E. Andreu is a writer and speaker whose work has appeared in Newsweek, The Washington Post,, and the Newark Star Ledger. Her debut young adult novel, The Secret Side of Empty is a Junior Library Guild Selection, a National Indie Excellence Book Award winner, an International Latino Book Awards Finalist and has been called “captivating” by School Library Journal. Maria currently lives in New Jersey with her two children.

Maria’s involvement in the immigration rights movement stems from her own childhood and adolescence experiences with being undocumented in the United States.  She obtained her U.S. citizenship thanks to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.

Read a more informal bio here.

Read praise for THE SECRET SIDE OF EMPTY here.

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