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Looking out, looking in : anthology of Latino poetry, edited by William Luis

Label
Looking out, looking in : anthology of Latino poetry
Title
Looking out, looking in
Title remainder
anthology of Latino poetry
Statement of responsibility
edited by William Luis
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • spa
  • eng
Summary
A comprehensive anthology that focuses on poetry from the four largest Latino groups in the United States: Mexican Americans, Cuban Americans, Puerto Ricans and Dominican Americans. Includes works from more than 80 Latino poets writing from the mid-twientieth century to the present, dealing with a variety of issues from those specific to the Hispanic experience to more universal concerns
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
811/.54080868
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS591.H58
LC item number
L66 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Luis, William
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  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
Label
Looking out, looking in : anthology of Latino poetry, edited by William Luis
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages l-li)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • cornfields thaw out
  • Dear tía
  • An unexpected conversation
  • The child of exile
  • The hyphenated man
  • Sorting Miami
  • Freedom
  • Blake in the Tropics
  • Geography jazz
  • How the Cubans stole Miami
  • Carolina Hospital
  • Alurista (Baltazar Urista)
  • Woman, woman
  • When conventional methods fail
  • Angela de Hoyos
  • Fresa
  • Gabriela Jáuregui
  • Havana blues
  • Forgotten memory
  • Wasabi Kanastoga
  • jesús papote
  • tito madera smith
  • Homecoming
  • AmeRícan
  • lady liberty
  • my graduation speech
  • tesis de negreza
  • nideaquinideallá
  • Tato Laviera
  • Ahora y siempre
  • Mi madre
  • Nuyorico
  • S.P.I.C.
  • Dusting
  • Caridad de la Luz (La Bru-j-a)
  • Bilingual sestina
  • Exile
  • Hairbands
  • Julia Álvarez
  • White-wing season
  • sus plumas el viento
  • Psalm for the next millennium
  • El sonavabitche
  • Cihuatlyotl, woman alone
  • To live in the borderlands means you
  • Don't give in, chicanita
  • Gloria Anzaldúa
  • Immigrant's voice
  • Naomi Ayala
  • Pinos Wells
  • Roots
  • A daily joy to be alive
  • Sonnets for the four horsemen of the apocalypse : long time among us
  • from Poem VI
  • Jimmy Santiago Baca
  • The Jewish cemetery in Guanabacoa
  • Ruth Behar
  • America
  • Richard Blanco
  • Recipe : chorizo con huevo made in the microwave
  • Bárbara Brinson Curiel
  • Poema en tres idiomas y caló
  • José Antonio Burciaga
  • Jack Agüeros
  • To Julia de Burgos
  • My, oh my, oh my of the nappy-haired Negress
  • Poem for my death
  • Julia de Burgos
  • Belonging
  • XVI. The daughter of my imagination
  • Aida
  • Rafael Campo
  • Not just because my husband said
  • Ana Castillo
  • A mongo affair
  • Rincón
  • I brought Abuelo Leopoldo back from the dead and moved him to Miami
  • Leavings
  • Sandra Castillo
  • Stolen kisses are the sweetest
  • Letter from Lucrezia Borgia to her confessor
  • Carlota Caulfield
  • To we who were saved by the stars
  • Lorna Dee Cervantes
  • Caminando a solas
  • El jibarito moderno; Nuyorican angel of records
  • Walking alone
  • Labor de retazos
  • Patchwork
  • Carta a Arturo
  • Letter to Arturo
  • Lucha Corpi
  • Kilotons and then some
  • Carlos Cumpían
  • Stupid America
  • Abelardo "Lalo" Delgado
  • Miguel Algarín
  • Black train through the ancient empire of Chicago
  • Trumpets from the islands of their eviction
  • Niggerlips
  • Martín Espada
  • The given account
  • Hubble's law
  • The battle of Nashville
  • A warm day in winter
  • Proof
  • Lighter
  • Tarde sobria
  • Blas Falconer
  • After 21 years, a postcard from my father
  • Sor Juana's litany in the subjunctive
  • Confessions
  • Alicia Gaspar de Alba
  • Outline for a Cuban folk-dance
  • Lourdes Gil
  • I am Joaquín : an epic poem
  • Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales
  • Memory of the hand
  • do u remember
  • Ray Gonzáles
  • Helen
  • Martha at the edge of desire
  • Maria and the others
  • Franklin Gutiérrez
  • Going uptown to visit Miriam
  • Three days/out of Franklin
  • The physics of Ochun
  • Victor Hernández Cruz
  • El trópico
  • Calle de la Amargura
  • Marked
  • Compliments
  • Sweet remember
  • Carmen Tafolla
  • New York City mira mira blues
  • Swallows of Salangan
  • Gloria Vando
  • Perspectives
  • Wo/men
  • Haiti
  • Philadelphia
  • Reports
  • Chiqui Vicioso
  • Me caes sura, ése, descuéntate
  • La loca
  • was fun running 'round descalza
  • transference
  • Evangelina Vigil Piñón
  • There were times
  • Alma Luz Villanueva
  • The floating island
  • Pablo Medina
  • Cómo desnudar a una mujer con un saxofón
  • Rubén Medina
  • In my perfect Puerto Rico
  • Homemade hot sauce
  • El coto laurel
  • From the moment you died
  • Nativity : for two Salvadoran women, 1986-1987
  • The dead
  • Silence
  • New York at 17
  • New York at 26
  • Milla
  • Juanita
  • Nancy Mercado
  • Mango juice
  • The desert is my mother
  • El desierto es mi madra
  • Hit and run
  • Graduation morning
  • University Avenue
  • 1910
  • Two worlds
  • Now and then, America
  • Desert women
  • The grateful minority
  • Bribe
  • Pat Mora
  • Repetitions
  • Demetria Martínzez
  • Summer of the body
  • Mariano, the air
  • Elías Miguel Muñoz
  • Sugarcane
  • Achy Obejas
  • Lessons of the past
  • The idea of islands
  • They never grew old
  • The lesson of the sugarcane
  • The Latin deli : an ars poetica
  • The translator at the reception for Latin American writers
  • So much for mañana
  • Judith Ortiz Cofer
  • The hollow
  • Progress
  • For the Cuban dead
  • Winter landscape with a bird trap
  • Ibises, Miami
  • Ricardo Pau-Llosa
  • Ten-pound draw
  • Black boots
  • Arresting beauty
  • Forty-one bullets off-Broadway
  • Willie Perdomo
  • Nobody knows my name
  • Ghost writing
  • Velorio
  • What I used to know
  • Gustavo Pérez-Rirmat
  • The first rock and roll song of 1970
  • Nighttime sunshine mind game
  • Pedro Pietri
  • Ethnic poetry
  • A lower east side poem
  • The book of Genesis according to St. Miguelito
  • This is not the place where I was born
  • Miguel Piñero
  • Los caudillos
  • raúlsalinas
  • Kid Hielero
  • Combing my hair in the hall
  • Alberto Álvaro Ríos
  • We didn't bury him
  • The old man
  • Tomás Rivera
  • The blast furnace
  • They come to dance
  • Deathwatch
  • Running to America
  • Luis J. Rodríguez
  • To the desert
  • The ninth dream : war (in the city in which I live)
  • Confessions : my father, hummingbirds and Frantz Fanon
  • Benjamín Alire Sáenz
  • Julio Marzán
  • Death in Vietnam
  • My father is a simple man
  • Luis Omar Salinas
  • Barrios of the world
  • Ricardo Sánchez
  • Thanksgiving
  • Elizabeth, New Jersey
  • Berta Sánchez-Bello
  • Daybreak
  • Gary Soto
Control code
ocn814455298
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
li, 329 pages
Isbn
9781558857612
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012046343
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)814455298
Label
Looking out, looking in : anthology of Latino poetry, edited by William Luis
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages l-li)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • cornfields thaw out
  • Dear tía
  • An unexpected conversation
  • The child of exile
  • The hyphenated man
  • Sorting Miami
  • Freedom
  • Blake in the Tropics
  • Geography jazz
  • How the Cubans stole Miami
  • Carolina Hospital
  • Alurista (Baltazar Urista)
  • Woman, woman
  • When conventional methods fail
  • Angela de Hoyos
  • Fresa
  • Gabriela Jáuregui
  • Havana blues
  • Forgotten memory
  • Wasabi Kanastoga
  • jesús papote
  • tito madera smith
  • Homecoming
  • AmeRícan
  • lady liberty
  • my graduation speech
  • tesis de negreza
  • nideaquinideallá
  • Tato Laviera
  • Ahora y siempre
  • Mi madre
  • Nuyorico
  • S.P.I.C.
  • Dusting
  • Caridad de la Luz (La Bru-j-a)
  • Bilingual sestina
  • Exile
  • Hairbands
  • Julia Álvarez
  • White-wing season
  • sus plumas el viento
  • Psalm for the next millennium
  • El sonavabitche
  • Cihuatlyotl, woman alone
  • To live in the borderlands means you
  • Don't give in, chicanita
  • Gloria Anzaldúa
  • Immigrant's voice
  • Naomi Ayala
  • Pinos Wells
  • Roots
  • A daily joy to be alive
  • Sonnets for the four horsemen of the apocalypse : long time among us
  • from Poem VI
  • Jimmy Santiago Baca
  • The Jewish cemetery in Guanabacoa
  • Ruth Behar
  • America
  • Richard Blanco
  • Recipe : chorizo con huevo made in the microwave
  • Bárbara Brinson Curiel
  • Poema en tres idiomas y caló
  • José Antonio Burciaga
  • Jack Agüeros
  • To Julia de Burgos
  • My, oh my, oh my of the nappy-haired Negress
  • Poem for my death
  • Julia de Burgos
  • Belonging
  • XVI. The daughter of my imagination
  • Aida
  • Rafael Campo
  • Not just because my husband said
  • Ana Castillo
  • A mongo affair
  • Rincón
  • I brought Abuelo Leopoldo back from the dead and moved him to Miami
  • Leavings
  • Sandra Castillo
  • Stolen kisses are the sweetest
  • Letter from Lucrezia Borgia to her confessor
  • Carlota Caulfield
  • To we who were saved by the stars
  • Lorna Dee Cervantes
  • Caminando a solas
  • El jibarito moderno; Nuyorican angel of records
  • Walking alone
  • Labor de retazos
  • Patchwork
  • Carta a Arturo
  • Letter to Arturo
  • Lucha Corpi
  • Kilotons and then some
  • Carlos Cumpían
  • Stupid America
  • Abelardo "Lalo" Delgado
  • Miguel Algarín
  • Black train through the ancient empire of Chicago
  • Trumpets from the islands of their eviction
  • Niggerlips
  • Martín Espada
  • The given account
  • Hubble's law
  • The battle of Nashville
  • A warm day in winter
  • Proof
  • Lighter
  • Tarde sobria
  • Blas Falconer
  • After 21 years, a postcard from my father
  • Sor Juana's litany in the subjunctive
  • Confessions
  • Alicia Gaspar de Alba
  • Outline for a Cuban folk-dance
  • Lourdes Gil
  • I am Joaquín : an epic poem
  • Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales
  • Memory of the hand
  • do u remember
  • Ray Gonzáles
  • Helen
  • Martha at the edge of desire
  • Maria and the others
  • Franklin Gutiérrez
  • Going uptown to visit Miriam
  • Three days/out of Franklin
  • The physics of Ochun
  • Victor Hernández Cruz
  • El trópico
  • Calle de la Amargura
  • Marked
  • Compliments
  • Sweet remember
  • Carmen Tafolla
  • New York City mira mira blues
  • Swallows of Salangan
  • Gloria Vando
  • Perspectives
  • Wo/men
  • Haiti
  • Philadelphia
  • Reports
  • Chiqui Vicioso
  • Me caes sura, ése, descuéntate
  • La loca
  • was fun running 'round descalza
  • transference
  • Evangelina Vigil Piñón
  • There were times
  • Alma Luz Villanueva
  • The floating island
  • Pablo Medina
  • Cómo desnudar a una mujer con un saxofón
  • Rubén Medina
  • In my perfect Puerto Rico
  • Homemade hot sauce
  • El coto laurel
  • From the moment you died
  • Nativity : for two Salvadoran women, 1986-1987
  • The dead
  • Silence
  • New York at 17
  • New York at 26
  • Milla
  • Juanita
  • Nancy Mercado
  • Mango juice
  • The desert is my mother
  • El desierto es mi madra
  • Hit and run
  • Graduation morning
  • University Avenue
  • 1910
  • Two worlds
  • Now and then, America
  • Desert women
  • The grateful minority
  • Bribe
  • Pat Mora
  • Repetitions
  • Demetria Martínzez
  • Summer of the body
  • Mariano, the air
  • Elías Miguel Muñoz
  • Sugarcane
  • Achy Obejas
  • Lessons of the past
  • The idea of islands
  • They never grew old
  • The lesson of the sugarcane
  • The Latin deli : an ars poetica
  • The translator at the reception for Latin American writers
  • So much for mañana
  • Judith Ortiz Cofer
  • The hollow
  • Progress
  • For the Cuban dead
  • Winter landscape with a bird trap
  • Ibises, Miami
  • Ricardo Pau-Llosa
  • Ten-pound draw
  • Black boots
  • Arresting beauty
  • Forty-one bullets off-Broadway
  • Willie Perdomo
  • Nobody knows my name
  • Ghost writing
  • Velorio
  • What I used to know
  • Gustavo Pérez-Rirmat
  • The first rock and roll song of 1970
  • Nighttime sunshine mind game
  • Pedro Pietri
  • Ethnic poetry
  • A lower east side poem
  • The book of Genesis according to St. Miguelito
  • This is not the place where I was born
  • Miguel Piñero
  • Los caudillos
  • raúlsalinas
  • Kid Hielero
  • Combing my hair in the hall
  • Alberto Álvaro Ríos
  • We didn't bury him
  • The old man
  • Tomás Rivera
  • The blast furnace
  • They come to dance
  • Deathwatch
  • Running to America
  • Luis J. Rodríguez
  • To the desert
  • The ninth dream : war (in the city in which I live)
  • Confessions : my father, hummingbirds and Frantz Fanon
  • Benjamín Alire Sáenz
  • Julio Marzán
  • Death in Vietnam
  • My father is a simple man
  • Luis Omar Salinas
  • Barrios of the world
  • Ricardo Sánchez
  • Thanksgiving
  • Elizabeth, New Jersey
  • Berta Sánchez-Bello
  • Daybreak
  • Gary Soto
Control code
ocn814455298
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
li, 329 pages
Isbn
9781558857612
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012046343
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)814455298

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