Sigh…they’re not the “kind” of writers being referred to above. In literary terms, Latino American and Latin American are two different groups of writers. Your list—a great one, don’t get me wrong—is of Latin American writers, who write in Spanish or Portuguese and usually write about living in or around their native lands. Latino American writers (those the author of this article is listing) write in the US and in English, often about people living in the United States. They’re simply two different groups.