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Latino Latinx Author Interviews

The Inevitable Unifier: José B. González Interviews Vincent Toro

This interview with the teacher, poet, playwright, and director, Vincent Toro is part of a series with Latinx authors. Toro is the author of Tertulia (Penguin), a poetry collection that has been getting a lot of buzz for its lyrical style. He is also the author of Stereo. Island. Mosaic. (Ahsahta Press). González: Whether it’s Stereo. Island. …

Latino Latinx Author Interviews

After Rubén, With Kinship: José B. González Interviews Francisco Aragón

This interview with Francisco Aragón is the first of a series with Latinx authors. Aragón was one of the Latino Stories 2007 Top Ten “New” Latino Authors to Watch (and Read). Since that time, he has become a prolific poet and an icon for Latino/Latinx poetry. José B. González: From the opening poem, “Rubén Dario as …

Essays Latino Latinx Author Interviews

Jesús Colón’s  Truth-Seeking Disciple: José B. González Interviews Martín Espada

[A version of this article first appeared in Latino Studies Vol. 5, Issue 1 (Spring 2007) Issue] Martín Espada, the author of eight collections of poetry, including his most recent The Republic of Poetry (2006), was interviewed at the United States Coast Guard Academy, in New London, Connecticut, on March 24, 2005. The recipient of …