Latino Representation in Literature

Hola! I am currently working on an article describing the need for more Latino representation in literature. Very excited about it and for all to read! In the meantime, I am posting the featuring image I made for it. Peep: the text is the very beginning of my article. –Yvonne

Antagonist: An Analysis of Lucy in “The Light We Lost”

The women’s fiction volume (also falls under young adult novel in my opinion), The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo, is one of the few novels of its genre that really puts your thoughts about a protagonist into a new perspective. While I truly enjoyed reading this novel because of the way it was written, IContinue reading “Antagonist: An Analysis of Lucy in “The Light We Lost””

Book Jacket Sample for Social Psychology

    Hi guys! I have brainstormed and created these book jackets for Social Psychology. As you may know, I majored in Media Studies and Psychology. I created this book jacket with warm and inviting colors, and added images that represent diversity and different social gatherings. The major difference between them is the back cover;Continue reading “Book Jacket Sample for Social Psychology”

Robin by Yvonne Tapia

“Robin” is a children’s book that I wrote and illustrated as a project for my Children’s Literature course at Hunter College during the Fall 2013 Semester. The main theme of this book is growing as an individual, by overcoming obstacles that come your way. In terms of self-critique, I would probably change father bird livingContinue reading “Robin by Yvonne Tapia”