"I Hear You Sister: African-American and Latina Women Speak (to each other)." (click here for excerpt)         

"Let Us All In:  A Manifesto."
LaOtra  (click here for excerpt)

"Nothing (N)Ever Changes: Chronicle of a return."

"Sisters of the Road: American Women Travel Writers."         

"Home is a Time, not a Place: Chronicle of a Return."
Bridge, 2000.           

Judy Chicago.  Significant Contemporary Feminists:
A Biocritical Sourcebook.  Jennifer Scanlon, editor. Greenwood Press, 1999.  (click here for excerpt)         

"A Necessary Evil: My Love/Hate Relationship with Translation."
The Metropolitan Review.  San Francisco, 1999.           

"Mapmaking: The Poet as Travel Writer."
What  Makes Us Go: Travel Culture Anthology.  Carol Williams, editor.  Westport: Greenwood/Praeger, 1998.           

"Food and sex, that's all we're good for: Images of women in Like Water for Chocolate."
Journal of Film and History, Popular Culture Center, Cleveland, Ok, 1998.


"Neither Here Nor There: Multiplicity in the Borderlands."    (click for excerpt)

I Write, Therefore I Am: Beatriz Badikian,
en La Vida October 1999.

In addition to publishing essays and memoir, Beatriz also teaches classes and offers workshops on these topics.
Email Beatriz for more information on upcoming events.

"We talk about solitude and the immensity of New Mexico skies that cradle her in huge blue arms like a baby."

From AT THE EXHIBIT  for Georgia O'Keefe
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