The Feminist Press; NY.
May 1, 2014
ISBN 978-155861-850-3

NATIONAL BOOK TOUR: Starts April 17th, Bookworks Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Advanced Praise for Give It To Me
May 1. 2014

“…a fun, insightful, sometimes raunchy read that will be welcome by Castillo’s many fans.”

“Castillo has established a solid reputation as one of the most powerful writers giving voice to the contemporary Chicana experience. Palma lives up to the Castillo’s reputation of creating strong characters that defy stereotypes”
–Starred review, Library Journal

“In this gritty and entertaining novel, Ana Castillo paints a captivating portrait of a future that defies odds questions stereotypes and always maintains a sense of humor.” –Elena Poniatowska, author of Hasta no verte, Jesús mío.


“With its daring eroticism, this novel make a bold statement about feminism and women of color.”

– (Fourteen Must-Read Works of Chicano Literature)

–Give It To Me gives us a post 9/11, post-Bush, fast-talking, fast-walking multicultural, multiracial, multisexual panoply of characters…I thought I would die laughing.”

–Cheryl Clark, author of The Days of Good Looks: Prose and Poetry 1980-2005

Through deadpan humor, impulsive characters, and a romp across America, Castillo’s absorbing novel is a search for twenty-first century identity at a time when we find that very notion as its most unstable.”

–Tony Valenzuela, executive director of the Lambda Literary Foundation

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