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Jose B. Gonzalez

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On Celebrating Natalie Diaz’s Pulitzer Success and Remembering the Pulitzer’s History of Failure

When Natalie Diaz, the gifted Latina and Mojave poet, won the Pulitzer Prize for her collection, Postcolonial Love Poem, she joined an elite group of poets that includes (among others): Amy Lowell, Robert Frost, W.H. Auden, Gwendolyn Brooks, Carl Sandburg, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, Robert Penn Warren, Anne Sexton, Rita Dove, Sylvia Plath, and …

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Join the Latino Stories Team and Be a Part of Our Literary Revolution

Latino Stories, established in 2006, is looking for new volunteer talent to join its team and help us with our mission of promoting Latinx literature. We are looking for contributors, interviewers, books reviewers (and columnists with pitches). If you are a writer, educator, or a scholar who has an interest in ensuring that Latinx authors …

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Call for Nominations for the Américo Paredes Book Award

The Tenth Anniversary of the Américo Paredes Book Award Center for Mexican American Studies at South Texas College The Center for Mexican American Studies at South Texas College is accepting nominations for its 2021 Américo Paredes Book Award. Scholarly books published in 2020 must address a subject or topic within Chicanx and Latinx Studies. The …