Becoming an American Girl: Lessons from The Babysitter’s Club
If we had left Venezuela, it had to be because life in America was going to be better, but the BSC world didn’t seem inherently better—just different.
YesNoSorry, I don’t speak EnglishNay . . . Nay-hoe-bee? Denisse
I love youWhere the Sidewalk Ends
Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret American Girl Magazine
The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley
It’s Denisse’s birthday tomorrow!Oh nothingFeliz Cumpleaños
Naihobe Denisse Gonzalez.
Naihobe Gonzalez is a Venezuelan-American writer in Oakland, California. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Believer, The Offing, Waxwing, and elsewhere. Her writing has received support from Writing by Writers, the Writers Grotto, the Kearny Street Workshop, VONA, and Tin House. She holds a Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University and conducts policy research when she's not writing.
Enter your email address to receive notifications for author Naihobe Gonzalez
Confirmation link sent to your email to add you to notification list for author Naihobe Gonzalez
More in this series
The Body Has Teeth: On Stephen King and Stand By Me
“If I were writing a book about a movie, it would be Stand By Me.”
On Reading Hunter S. Thompson’s “Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72” in 2017
“There are those who fail to realize how deeply Thompson cared about his country. He was a product of it.”
All That Glitters: On The Clique Novels and My First Lessons in White Privilege
While kids my age were falling in love with the fantastical, I did not. I wanted to read about rich white girls behaving badly.