Rebeca Lucret's Profile
A word about Rebeca Lucret:
Brooklynite, poet, writer, blogger, dreamer, mother and at times, noise-maker.
Essentially, I'm a bookworm. You can find me at a Borders Books, a Barnes and Nobles, some "hole-in-the-wall" shop in the village, libraries, museums, lounges, BAM, any "culturally" themed event and/or your local Fossil outlet.
Too many but let us begin with the ones that started it all: The Old Man & The Sea by Ernest Hemingway, Twenty Love Songs and A Song Of Despair by Pablo Neruda, Some of Us Did Not Die by June Jordan, The Wind Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami, TunTun De Pasa Y Griferia by Luis Pales Matos, Why Am I So Brown by Trinidad Sanchez Jr., Shake Loose My Skin by Sonia Sanchez, Maraca by Victor Hernandez Cruz, Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse, The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, Moby Dick by Hermen Melville & last but not least, A Light In The Attic by Shel Silverstein.
A little dose of nearly everything except Grunge and Heavy Metal.
Y Tu Mama Tambien, The Other Boleyn Girl, Mambo Kings, Gladiator, Persopolis, The Squid and the Whale, The Motorcycle Diaries, The Die Hard Series, Desparado, Volver, RENT, The Great Debators (overall period pieces, foreign & Indie films).