Mariela Santos Muñiz

An avid reader and lover of words, Mariela Santos-Muniz currently works as a freelance journalist and writer. Bilingual in English and Spanish, she holds an M.A. from Boston University in International Relations and International Communications. While she learned a lot during her time in Boston and had some really cool experiences there, she's happy to now be back in warm Puerto Rico.

4 Italian Travel Locations Perfect for Shakespeare Fans

Pack your bags, world travelers! Let your imagination run wild as you wander the places that William Shakespeare chose for his plays.

6 YA Latinx Authors to Read During Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month takes place September 15 to October 15. We're recognizing it with these fantastic YA Latinx authors.

6 Degrees of Separation: From Gabriel García Márquez to Susan Sontag

The book world can be a small one. We're playing a game of six degrees of separation, starting with Gabriel García Márquez, ending with Susan Sontag.

5 Reads That Are the Same Book With Different Titles

Get ready for a double-take because these five books are the same, but have different titles and covers for different audiences.

Required Reading From School Is Worth Rereading As An Adult

Many of us remember required reading for school, and how glad we were to dispense of them, but are assigned books worth rereading as an adult?

An Introduction to Nobel Prize-Winning Poet Gabriela Mistral

Get acquainted with the life and works of poet Gabriela Mistral, the only Latin American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.

7 of the Funniest Weasley Moments From the Harry Potter Books

Dark as the Harry Potter books may get, you can always count on a Weasley for a laugh. Here are some of the Weasley siblings' funniest moments.