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Rolando Hinojosa’s Klail City Death Trip Series: A Retrospective, New Directions

...region. Also included is an interview with Rolando Hinojosa, the Ellen Clayton Garwood Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the recipient of numerous literary awards, including
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Rolando Hinojosa Receives Recognition for Life’s Work

...Both events are free and open to the public. Rolando Hinojosa is the author of the Klail City Death Trip Series of novels, which examines relations between Mexican Americans and Anglo Americans in the fictional Rio
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Author on the Airwaves: Rolando Hinojosa

...on Houston Public Media. About the Author: ROLANDO HINOJOSA, the Ellen Clayton Garwood Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Texas at Austin, is the recipient of numerous literary awards, including
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The Rolando Hinojosa Reader: Essays Historical and Critical

...a diverse array of theories—Marxist, feminist, post-structuralist—to make fresh, critical comments, not only on Rolando Hinojosa's work, Klail City Death Trip series, but also on literary theory today.
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Texas and Mexico in New York: Rolando Hinojosa-Smith and Carmen Boullosa

...discussion between award-winning writers Rolando Hinojosa-Smith and Carmen Boullosa on their latest novels, respectively, The Valley/Estampas del Valle (Arte Público Press, 2014) and Texas: The Grea
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Rolando Hinojosa

...and Witnesses (Arte Público Press 1982). Rolando Hinojosa has been a bridge between two cultures during his entire life, teaching in both Spanish and English departments of universities, writing his novels in both
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A Voice of My Own: Essays and Stories

...of Chicano and ethnic literature. Four of Hinojosa’s short stories are included in this volume, and as is typical of Hinojosa’s life and work, some of the pieces are in English and others are in Spanish. But
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Rites and Witnesses

Rolando Hinojosa, winner of the National Award for Chicano Literature (Quinto Sol 1972), the International Award for Best Spanish American Novel (Casa de las Américas 1976), is considered to be the foremost Chicano
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Klail City

...own English-language version is available. Rolando Hinojosa is the best known and most prolific Mexican American novelist. His works, which form a continuing, ever-evolving saga of life in the small border towns in
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Ask a Policeman: A Rafe Buenrostro Mystery

...on the northern side.  It is in these suburbs that revelations of seamy sex and revenge unfold. In Ask a Policeman, as well as his other novels, Rolando Hinojosa reveals a rich cross-section of life among both the
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