Lidya received her B.A. and M.A. in Spanish from the University of Central Florida. Her teaching experience includes working as an instructor to children with special needs. She worked as a Spanish highschool teacher for Orange County Public Schools in Orlando Florida. Lidya was a Spanish instructor at the University of Central Florida as a Teaching Assistant. Her interest includes the representation of violence in Central American literature with an emphasis in testimonial narrative and subaltern subjects. She is also interested in the Contemporary Latin American Chronicle and New Historicism. Lidya is originally from Honduras and enjoys traveling, camping, and spending time with her family.
Delia holds a Bachelor's Degree in Spanish Philology from Universidad de Malaga, Spain, and two Master's Degrees from Universidad de Sevilla: on in Education and one in Hispanic Studies. At present, Delia is a Ph.D. candidate and Teaching Assistant at Florida International University. Her research areas of interest are Cuban Literature, Latin American Literature and Cultural Studies. She loves spending time with her friends, going to music festivals, traveling as much as possible, and diving in secondhand bookstores.