Books by Stephanie Elizondo Griest

ALL THE AGENTS AND SAINTS by Stephanie Elizondo Griest
Released: July 10, 2017

"In this well-conceived book, the author demonstrates unforgettably that national borders constitute much more than lines on a map."
An exploration of the borderlands that deftly mixes memoir, groundbreaking sociology, deep reporting, and compelling writing. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 2008

"A decent enough piece of journalism, but lacks the insight and emotion to make a real impact."
The daughter of a Mexican-American mother and a Caucasian father uses her biracial heritage as a platform for her examination of the political and identity crises facing many people in Mexico. Read full book review >
Released: March 9, 2004

"Griest at least gets out and about and drinks in some cultural relativism rather than assuming the omniscient cloak of the foreign correspondent."
An innocent coming-of-age story from a young Latina journalist who recounts her stays in Moscow, Beijing, and Havana, circa 1996 to 2000. Read full book review >