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Looking out, looking in : anthology of Latino poetry

William Luis editor.; Mora Design cover designer.

2012

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  • Title:
    Looking out, looking in : anthology of Latino poetry
  • Author: William Luis editor.; Mora Design cover designer.
  • Description: Table of Contents; Latino Poetry and Distinctiveness; Jack Agüeros; Psalm for the Next Millennium; Sonnets for the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Long Time among Us; Miguel Algarín; A Mongo Affair; El jibarito moderno; Nuyorican Angel of Records; Alurista (Alberto Baltazar Urista); Tarde sobria; do u remember; cornfields thaw out; Julia Alvarez; Homecoming; Dusting; Bilingual Sestina; Exile; Hairbands; Gloria Anzaldúa; White-wing Season; Woman Alone; To live in the Borderlands means you*; Don't Give In, Chicanita*; Naomi Ayala; Immigrant's Voice; Jimmy Santiago Baca; Pinos Wells; Roots
    A Daily Joy to Be AlivePoem VI; Ruth Behar; The Jewish Cemetery in Guanabacoa; Richard Blanco; America; Bárbara Brinson Curiel; Recipe: Chorizo con Huevo Made in the Microwave; José Antonio Burciaga; Poema en tres idiomas y caló; Julia de Burgos; To Julia de Burgos*; My, Oh My, Oh My of the Nappy-Haired Negress*; Poem for My Death*; Rafael Campo; Belonging; XVI. The Daughter of My Imagination; Aida; Ana Castillo; Not Just Because My Husband Said; Sandra Castillo; Rincón; I Brought Abuelo Leopoldo Back from the Dead and Moved Him to Miami; Leavings; Carolota Caulfield
    Stolen Kisses Are the SweetestLLetter from Lucrezia Borgia to Her Confessor; Lorna Dee Cervantes; To We Who Were Saved by the Stars; Lucha Corpi; Caminando a solas; Walking Alone; Labor de retazos; Patchwork; Carta a Arturo; Letter to Arturo; Carlos Cumpían; Kilotons and Then Some; Abelardo "Lalo" Delgado; Stupid America; Martín Espada; Black Train through the Ancient Empire of Chicago; Trumpets from the Islands of Their Eviction; Niggerlips; Blas Falconer; The Given Account; Hubble's Law; The Battle of Nashville; A Warm Day in Winter; Proof; Lighter,; Alicia Gaspar de Alba
    After 21 Years, A Postcard from My FatherSor Juana's Litany in the Subjunctive; Confessions; Lourdes Gil; Outline for a Cuban Folk-Dance; Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales; I Am Joaquín: an Epic Poem; Ray González; Memory of the Hand; Franklin Gutiérrez; Helen; Martha at the Edge of Desire*; Maria and the Others*; Victor Hernández Cruz; Going Uptown to Visit Miriam; Three Days/out of Franklin; The Physics of Ochun; Carolina Hospital; El Trópico; Dear Tía; An Unexpected Conversion; The Child of Exile; The Hyphenated Man; Sorting Miami; Freedom; Blake in the Tropics; Geography Jazz
    How the Cubans Stole MiamiÁngela de Hoyos; Woman, Woman; When Conventional Methods Fail; Gabriela Jáuregui; Fresa; Wasabi Kanastoga; Havana Blues; Forgotten Memory; Tato Laviera; jesús papote; tito madera smith; AmeRícan; lady liberty; my graduation speech; tesis de negreza; nideaquinideallá; Caridad de la Luz (La Bru-j-a); Ahora y siempre; Mi madre; Nuyorico; S. P. I. C.; Demetria Martínez; Nativity: For Two Salvadoran Women, 1986-1987; Hit and Run; Julio Marzán; The Translator at the Reception for Latin American Writers; Arresting Beauty; Ethnic Poetry; The Old Man; Pablo Medina
    Calle de la Amargura
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Publisher: Houston, Texas : Arte Público Press
  • Format: 1 online resource (384 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-61192-519-3
  • Subjects: American poetry -- Hispanic American authors; American poetry -- 19th century; American poetry -- 20th century; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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