Ofelia Fox, wife of the owner of the famous cabaret Tropicana of Havana, Cuba and Rosa Sanchez, pioneer of the Spanish radio in Miami, Florida, took residence in Southern California in 1964 and he two faced life together with an adventurous spirit and an unshakeable devotion for each other, writing for the theater, radio and television bust mostly ghostwriting. Winners of many awards they were best defined in the book "Women Playwrights of Diversity" a bio-bibliographical sourcebook by Jane Peterson and Suzanne Bennett, published in 1997: "Los Angeles based Rosa Sanchez and Ofelia Fox use theater to promote social awareness and have written extensively in both English and Spanish for radio, television and the theater. They combine comedy with serious themes..." Collaborators and physically inseparable for over four decades their relationship has defied time and death. Their book NOSOTRAS, OPENING THE DOOR TO OUR LOVE LIFE is timely and appropriate. It extols unconditional love, exudes faith in destiny and decidedly opens, not only the door to their love life, but to other spiritual concepts that slowly are coming out of the closet. For complete review, check Lydia Martin's article in the Miami Herald edition of November 1, 2009 "WHEN OFELIA MET ROSA." Their most recent work is in Kindle: Series SWEET SPIRITS IN SANTA FE. Look them up!
Where to find ROSA SANCHEZ online
Where to buy in print
NOSOTRAS OPENING THE DOOR TO OUR LOVE LIFE
by ROSA SANCHEZ
Approx. 44,720 words.
Published on August 3, 2010.
This book reads like a romantic fantasy but it is autobiographical.Ofelia, wife of the owner of world famous cabaret Tropicana and Rosa San-
chez,pioneer of Spanish radio in Miami, became partners in life and love and their extraordi-
nary relationship lasted over four decades defy-ng time and death. NOSOTRAS is dedicated to "Mdiums, family and friends who keep the lines of communication open."
ROSA SANCHEZ’s tag cloud