Eduardo Santiago


Tomorrow They Will Kiss


Eduardo Santiago was born Cuba and grew up in Los Angeles and Miami. He holds a BFA in Film and Television from California Institute of the Arts and was a 2004 PEN Emerging Voices Rosenthal Fellow. He lives in Los Angeles with his dog, Lyon.

Praise for Tomorrow They Will Kiss

A delightful book!... Like mango sprinkled with chili, TOMORROW THEY WILL KISS is sweet, with a bite.
— Janet Fitch, #1 national bestselling author of WHITE OLEANDER
Through the striking voices of Caridad, Imperio and Graciela, Santiago keeps his novel well grounded, even as it floats.
— Kirkus Reviews
Scandal catches up to the Cuban émigré community in America circa 1967 in this fresh, relevant first novel.... the detailed immigrant community is vital and entertaining.
— Publishers Weekly
Total obsession with the lives of romantic telenovela characters unites three disparate young women who have come from Cuba to New Jersey in the 1960s, in this sometimes sad, sometimes funny tale.... History students will develop a personal feeling for this period, and teens will relate to the immigrant experience as it is portrayed here. Those who liked Julia Alvarez’s HOW THE GARCIA GIRLS LOST THEIR ACCENTS enjoy this novel.
— School Library Journal