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Ray Gonzalez

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Ray Gonzalez is an award-winning poet, essayist, and editor born in El Paso, Texas.  He is the author of the memoir Memory Fever: A Journey Beyond El Paso del Norte, and four books of poetry. Gonzalez has edited sixteen anthologies, most recently, Muy Macho.  He is assistant professor of English and Latin American studies at the University of Illinois in Chicago.

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Muy Macho

Written by Ray Gonzalez


Format: Trade Paperback, 256 pages
Publisher: Anchor
On Sale: May 1, 1996
Price: $16.00

Essays by prize-winning Latino writers describe relationships with wives, lovers, fathers, and sons, and bring readers to new perspectives on Latino men, macho behavior, and their own perceptions of masculinity. Read more >

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Touching the Fire

Written by Ray Gonzalez


Format: Trade Paperback, 316 pages
Publisher: Anchor
On Sale: January 20, 1998
Price: $17.00

Touching the Fire-a brand new anthology of contemporary Latino poetry-is essential reading for students of modern poetry and Latino culture alike. Selected by award-winning poet, essayist, and editor Ray Gonzalez, the collection brings together substantial portions of the work of 15 of the most outstanding Latino poets: Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans... Read more >
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