Arte Público Press

Daniel Peña coming soon to a city near you!

Author Daniel Peña will be promoting his new book, Bang: A Novel, at events all across Texas. Come on out to the one nearest you! Saturday, April 7 – San Antonio, TX San Antonio Book Festival at the San Antonio Public Library Bloodlines: Truth and Fiction About the Cartels with
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Lost Play Lives Again!

More than 200 years after Fermín de Reygadas’ Latino play Astucias por heredar un sobrino a un tío debuted, was banned and then disappeared, it has resurfaced to the delight of audiences in Portland, Oregon. Performed by the Milagro Theatre Group in Spanish with English
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Reading With Manuel Ramos

Renowned Chicano noir fiction novelist Manuel Ramos reads from his collection of short stories, The Skull of Pancho Villa and Other Stories, at the 8th Annual Neal Cassady Birthday Bash on February 10, 2017, at the Mercury Café in Denver, CO. Listen along to a shortened version
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Arte Público Press Turns the Page on 35 Years

  “UH’s Arte Público Press (APP), the nation’s oldest publisher of contemporary and recovered Hispanic literature in the United States, is celebrating 35 years of promoting the voices of Latino writers. The press humbly grew out of a magazine with a subscription base of
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Ron Arias

RON ARIAS, a journalist who worked for People magazine for 22 years, is the author of five non-fiction books: Five Against the Sea (Dutton, 1989), Healing from the Heart with Dr. Mehmet Oz (Dutton, 1998), Moving Target: A Memoir of Pursuit (Bilingual Review Press, 2003) a
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Raquel M. Ortiz

RAQUEL M. ORTIZ was born and raised in Lorain, Ohio, and has been making art and telling stories ever since she was a little girl. She is the author of a bilingual picture book for children, Sofi and the Magic, Musical Mural / Sofi y el mágico mural musical (Piñata Books, 2015),
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Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez

MANUEL M. MARTÍN-RODRÍGUEZ is Professor of Literature and founding faculty member at the University of California, Merced. He has published numerous scholarly books about Chicano literature, including The Textual Outlaw: Reading John Rechy in the 21st Century (co-edited with Beth
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