Arte Público Press

Awards and Honors

Rolando Hinojosa, Recipient of the National Book Critics Circle Ivan Sandrof Lifetime Achievement Award

The Recovering the U.S.Hispanic Literary Heritage Project, headed by Nicolás Kanellos and Carolina Villarroel, Diversity Award from the Society of American Archivists

“Ysleta Branch Library” renamed to “Sergio Troncoso Library” in 2014

Hotel Juárez: Stories, Rooms and Loops by Daniel Chacón, 2014 Tejas Foco Fiction Award, Finalist of 2013 Balcones Fiction Prize and Recipient of the 2014 PEN Oakland-Josephine Miles Award for Excellence in Literature

Our Lost Border: Essay on Life amid the Narco-Violence (edited by Sarah Cortez and Sergio Troncoso), Winner of the 2014 Southwest Book Award, First Place, 2014 International Latino Book Award for Best Latino Focused Nonfiction Book – Spanish or Bilingual

Lupita’s First Dance / El primer baile de Lupita by Lupe Ruiz-Flores, Canta, rana, canta / Sing, Froggie, Sing by Carolyn Dee Flores and The Missing Chancleta and Other Top-Secret Cases / La chancleta perdida y otros cuentos secretos by Alidis Vicente; 2014-2015 Tejas Star Reading List

The Missing Chancleta and Other Top-Secret Cases / La chancleta perdida y otros cuentos secretos by Alidis Vicente, Finalist, 2014 International Latino Book Award for Best Youth Chapter Fiction Book – Spanish or Bilingual, First Place, 2014 International Latino Book Award for Best Youth Chapter Fiction Book – Spanish or Bilingual

Our Lost Border: Essay on Life amid the Narco-Violence edited by Sarah Cortez and Sergio Troncoso, Finalist, 2014 International Latino Book Award for Best Latino Focused Nonfiction Book – Spanish or Bilingual

Desperado: A Mile-High Noir by Manuel Ramos, Finalist in the 2014 International Latino Book Award for Best Novel – Mystery, Winner of the 2014 Colorado Book Award-Mystery, Honorable Mention in 2014 International Latino Book Award for Best Novel – Mystery

The Patchwork Garden / Pedacitos de huertoby Diane de Anda, Honor Book in 2014 Paterson Prize for Books for Young People, 2014 Skipping Stones Honor Award

The Cucuy Stole My Cascarones / El coco me robó los cascarones by Spelile Rivas, Finalist at the 2014 Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Awards – Children’s Picture Books

Lupita’s First Dance / El primer baile de Lupita by Lupe Ruiz-Flores, Finalist in the 2013-2014 Writer’s League of Texas Book Awards – Picture Book category

The Little Devil and the Rose: Lotería Poems / El diablito y la rosa: Poemas de la lotería by Viola Canales, Dale, dale, dale: Una fiesta de números / Hit It, Hit It, Hit It: A Fiesta of Numbers by René Saldaña Jr. and There’s a Name for This Feeling: Stories / Hay un nombre para lo que siento: Cuentos by Diane Gonzales Bertrand–Finalists in the Tomás Rivera Mexican American Children’s Book Award

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