By Nina Serrano
Nicaragua Way tells the story of Lorna Almendros, a San Francisco Nicaraguan-American poet, passionately engaged in supporting revolutionary struggles in Latin America and the Sandinista solidarity movement in the U.S.
This feminist tale is a story of an older woman, a single mother searching for her roots, raising a daughter, falling in love, while facing deaths, griefs, intrigues, and her fears of menopause, empty nest blues, and aging. Through it all, she writes poems.
Set in the 1970s and 80s, the novel portrays a rich cast of characters, who move between San Francisco’s arts-activist community and Nicaragua, building support for change in the shadow of the U.S. undeclared wars in Central America.
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