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Rigoberto González Considers Books by Ada Límon, Kyle Dargan, & Quan Barry July 22, 2015: Rigoberto González considers the “mid-career poet,” defined loosely: “The expectation is that four published poetry books provides enough material to establish a reputation, a [...] by

Poets Personally Reflect on the Appointment of Juan Felipe Herrera as U.S. Poet Laureate July 6, 2015: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, poets Rigoberto González, Sandra Cisneros, Eduardo C. Corral, Francisco Aragón, Carmen Gimenez Smith, Tim Z. Hernandez, and Brenda Cárdenas reflect on the [...] by

Proof of Citizenship Not Required: Letras Latinas’s Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize & Letras Latinas/Red Hen Poetry Prize February 13, 2015: On the heels of the Undocupoets recent efforts to end citizen-based discrimination, Letras Latinas announces that its two poetry prizes, the Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize and the Letras Latinas/Red [...] by

Rigoberto González Lectures at the Library of Congress August 7, 2014: We’ll close out the day by pointing you over to the University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies’s Letras Latinas blog for this lecture by Rigoberto González, [...] by

LAMBDA Winners Are…ANA BOZICEVIC & RIGOBERTO GONZALEZ! June 3, 2014: The 26th Annual LAMBDA Literary Awards were held last night in New York City, and to our delight, drumroll: The winner for Best Lesbian Poetry is Ana Božičević, for her book Rise in the Fall [...] by

Rigoberto González on Three Poetry Contests that Seek to Remedy May 17, 2013: The Los Angeles Review of Books has Rigoberto González discussing the merits of the poetry contest within the context of a more diverse literary landscape–the winners of three contests in [...] by

Reviews & the Study of Us April 6, 2011: I’ve just read all the posts on here for National Poetry Month so far. Wow. What a wonderful group of writers and responders to the world. I am so appreciative to be a part of this community. [...] by

Literary Activism and Practicing Generosity April 6, 2011: Thank you Rigoberto González for the shout out, and for your recent post! I would also love to say a few things about “po-biz” work, riffing off that post. One of the last times I saw [...] by

Questions for Poetry I April 2, 2011: In the 22nd century, what will the line look like and do?  Will the line continue to have its traditional roots (“traditional” not meaning middle road but rather a haunting presence of [...] by