Follow Harriet on Twitter

About Harriet


Posts Tagged ‘Sandra Cisneros’

The LaVerne Harrell Clark Photographic Collection: University of Arizona Poetry Center October 24, 2016: The University of Arizona Poetry Center is one of my favorite places in the world. Poetry Foundation Library Director Katherine Litwin and I have worked closely with their deft and generous staff [...] by

Sandra Cisneros’s ‘Notes of a Native Daughter’ July 28, 2016: Published this week at Chicago is a look into Sandra Cisneros’s early life in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood in the 1960s and 70s, along with the reasons why she left the city, a [...] by

Sandra Cisneros on the Writer’s Life: ‘It broke up many relationships. Was it worth it? Yes.’ November 2, 2015: Sandra Cisneros is on PBS NewsHour! Cisneros sat down with Jeffrey Brown at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington to discuss her new book of essays, A House of My Own: Stories From My Life, [...] 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

Rereading Sandra Cisneros’s My Wicked Wicked Ways June 8, 2015: At Pop Matters, Diane Leach looks at the new edition of Sandra Cisneros’s My Wicked Wicked Ways, originally published in 1987 and “a poetic dispatch from the trenches of the lone woman [...] by

Sandra Cisneros Reading at The Librotraficante Banned Books Bash in San Antonio September 10, 2012: We’ve mentioned the work of Librotraficante in the recent past, specifically, their caravan of contraband books and their pop-up libraries. Now, the good folks at City Lights have posted this [...] by