Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Lorna Dee Cervantes - A Partially Updated Curriculum Vitae

LORNA DEE CERVANTES
CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION
1984-present (ABD) History of Consciousness. University of California, Santa
Cruz; concentration: cultural criticism, axiology, poetics, feminist theories and
continental philosphy;
Dissertation: Ecopoetics: The Semiotics of the Poetic Imagination; Prof.
Hayden White, mentor; committee members: Prof. Teresa de Lauretis, Prof.
Jim Clifford, Prof. David Hoy.
1989. M.F.A. as of this date in History of Consciousness from UC Santa Cruz
(to be awarded upon withdrawal from program).
1984 B.A. San José State University, California, with High Honors; Major:
Creative Arts. Minor: English; concentration: crosscultural literature and the
philosophy of art.
1974 A.A., San José City College, California, with High Honors; Major:
English; concentration: crosscultural literature.

Honors, Awards and Recognition
2006. Louis Reyes Rivera Lifetime Achievement Award, Amherst College.
($1,000)
2006. Nominated for Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for DRIVE: The First Quartet.
2006. Nominated for Colorado Book Award for DRIVE: The First Quartet.
2006. Nominated for PEN America West for DRIVE: The First Quartet.
2006. Nominated for Pushcart Prize for poem, "Shelling the Pecans."
2006. Puffin Foundation Artists Grant to collaborate with composer, Gabriella
Frank on performances of the long poem, "Coffee". ($750)
1999. Millennium Poetry Event. White House, Washington, D.C. Invited as one
of the top fifty poets in America by President Clinton and First Lady Hillary
Clinton.
1999. Janet Gray Hayes Award for Outstanding Woman Scholar. San Jose
Community College.
1996. Finalist (one of three) for Poet Laureate of Colorado.
1995-98. Lila Wallace/Readers Digest Writer’s Award. ($105,000) and
($30,000) Community Interaction Grant)
1994-95. Visiting Scholar. Mexican American Studies Program. Univ. of
Houston. ($40,500)
1993. National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant for Poetry. ($20,000)
1993. Latino Literature Prize for Best Book of Poetry. ($500)
1993. Outstanding Chicana Scholar. National Association of Chicana and
Chicano Scholars (NACCS).
1993. Dean’s Grant. University of Colorado at Boulder. ($400)
1992. Paterson Poetry Prize for “Best Book of Poetry Published in 1991.”
Judge: Hayden Carruth. The Poetry Center at Passaic Community College.
($500)
1992. Colorado Council on the Arts Creative Fellowship for Literature. ($4,000)
1992. Nominated for Teaching Recognition Award from the Student
Organization for Alumni Relations (SOAR).
1992. Nominated for National Book Award for From the Cables of Genocide:
Poems on Love and Hunger .
1992. Finalist for Colorado Governor’s Award for Literature sponsored by the
Colorado Center for the Book for “Best Book of Poetry published in 1991.”
1992. Finalist for Colorado Book Award for “Best Book of Poetry Published in
1991.”
1988. Outstanding Alumnus, San José City College Associated Students.
1987. Research Grant, Mentorship Program, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz to
conduct research on tropology and literary theory with Prof. Hayden White.
1982. American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation for
Emplumada.
1980. Pushcart Prize, IV: Best of the Small Presses.
1979-80. Hudson D. Walker Fellowship, Fine Arts Work Center in
Provincetown, MA. ($7,500)
1978. National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant for Poetry. ($7,500)
1973. Model Cities Scholarship Grant, San Jose, California. ($500)
1973. Morabito Foundation Scholarship Grant, San Jose, California. ($750)

TEACHING CAREER

1989-present. University of Colorado, Boulder. Associate Professor of
English. Creative Writing Program.
2007. University of Colorado - half-time teaching in Ethnic Studies Department:
"Chicana Poetry: Floricanto in the New World" (Chicano Authors)
1985. University of Santa Cruz. Instructor. “Values and Change in a Diverse
Society. Oakes College Core Course. Team-taught.
1976 - 2006. Conducted numerous (hundreds) of poetry workshops, guest
lectures and visiting writer workshops throughout the United States, Mexico
and Colombia, for both students and educators.

Undergraduate and graduate poetry workshops (all levels). Graduate seminars: Poetics, Studies n Poetry (Critical Theory for Poets). Undergraduate courses besides creative writing (all levels including Honors): Modern Poetry, American Ethnic Literatures, Introduction to Women’s Literature, Chicana/o Writers (Chicana Poetry) (for Ethnic Studies Department), Crosscultural Writing (all levels); Special Topics - Senior Seminar: Literature of Exile, and Indigenous American Womens’ Literature.

Short list of mentees (45 to date)
LuisUrrea (Pulitzer Prize for Nonfiction and the PEN-West Award for Best Book of Poetry), Simone Muench, Haas Mroue, Alan Gilbert, Kristen Prevallet, Mark Spitzer, Mackenzie Carignan, Bradford Tice, Alex Stein and Rebecca Carmona, Michael Robinson are among the 45 graduates students and the many undergraduate creative writing and honors students I have mentored.

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:
2001-2002. Director of Creative Writing Program. CU-Boulder.
1996-98. Director of “Floricanto Colorado,” a Xicano/Latino literary project.
1981-1984. Director & coordinator of Native American & Latino writer
series,"Flor Y Canto en San José," San José Poetry Center; initiated and
directed writing workshops and visiting writers series at Santa Clara County
Juvenile Hall and at San Jose State University.
1981-1983. Board member, El Centro Cultural de la Gente, San José, CA.
1979-1982. National Board of Directors member. Coordinating Council of
Literary Magazines (CCLM).
1973. Summer Coordinator for Operation: SHARE (tutorial agency), Santa
Clara County School District; organized workshops & field trips for tutors &
children with learning and behavioral disablilities; edited county newsletter;
maintained office.
1972-1974. Assistant Coordinator at San Jose City College, Operation:
SHARE; edited newsletter; tutored.

EDITORIAL AND CONSULTATION ACTIVITIES
2006. Founding Editor of Poetry of the Americas Book Award, Wings Press.
1999. National Endowment for the Arts. Literature-Literary Organization Grants
panelist.
1997. National Endowment for the Arts. Literature-Special Projects panelist.
1997. Pen West. Judge for Best Book of Poetry, 1997.
1997. University of Ohio Press (wrote blurb for back of book by Anthony Vigil.)
1996. National Endowment for the Arts. Literature Fellowships panelist.
1995. American Poetry Society. Judge for William Carlos Williams Award.
1994. Wyoming Arts Council Literature Fellowship Juror.
1992. National Research Council. Member of data bank of panelists/readers
for literature.
1992. Arizona State Arts Commission. Panelist for Artist’s Projects Grant.
1992. Colorado Governor’s Institute for Humanities and Education Leadership. Conducted
workshop on “Poetry and Linguistic Intelligence” for Institute Conference for
winners of the 1991 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Education.
1991. Manuscript consultant, West End Press, Albuquerque.
1990-’93. Founding editor/publisher of RED DIRT, a biannual, cross-cultural
poetry journal
1989. Guest co-editor with Francisco Alarcon, Quarry West #26, “Chicanas y
Chicanos en Diálogo,” Univ. of Calif., Santa Cruz, CA.
1976-1982. Founding editor/publisher of crosscultural literary press, MANGO
Publications; edited MANGO, a crosscultural literary & art magazine;
founded and published the Chicano Chapbook
Series, ed. by Gary Soto since 1980; co-edited and co-published with
Geraldine Kudaka of Noro Press Beyond Rice, a broadside series of
crosscultural women's art & literature; edited and published books by poets,
Jose Antonio Burciaga and Luis Omar Salinas.

BIBLIOGRAPHY (POETRY, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED)

BOOKS
2006. Five books in one volume, DRIVE: The First Quartet. Wings Press. Deluxe
boxed set edition.
2006. Five books in one volume, DRIVE: The First Quartet. Wings Press. 320
pages. Hardback. Contains
How Far’s the War?
BIRD AVE
Letters to David: An Elegiac Mass In the Form of a Train
Play
Hard Drive
2005. Y no los olvidó la tierra/ And the Earth Did Not Forget Them. San Antonio:
Wings Press. (chapbook)
2001. Play. Wings Press. Boulder: Mango Publications. (chapbook)
1991. From the Cables of Genocide: Poems on Love and Hunger. Houston:
Arte Publico Press.
1981. Emplumada. University of Pittsburgh Press.

POETRY IN ANTHOLOGIES
2005-2007. Approximately 24 more anthologies. (to be updated)
2004. An Introduction to Poetry: The River Sings. "Poem for the Young White
Man...". Ed. Jeff Knorr. New Jersey: Pearson/Prentice Hall.
2004. The Norton Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Poetry, Volume 2.
Third Edition. "Cannery Town in August," "The Body As Braille," "Refugee
Ship," "Poema Para los Californios Muertos." Eds. Jahan Ramazani, Richard
Ellman, Robert O'Clair. New York, et al: W.W. Norton & Co.
2004. Word of Mouth: Poems Featured On All Things Considered. "Bananas."
Ed. Catherine Bowman. New York: A Vintage Original/Random House.
2004. Writing On the Edge: A Borderlands Reader. "Poem for the Young White
Man...". Ed. Tom Miller. University of Arizona Press.
2004. The Heath Anthology of American Literature, Concise Edition. "Poem for
the Young White Man..." and "Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway." Ed. John
Lauter. Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Co.
2004. Discovering Literatur: Stories, Poems, Plays. Third Edition. "Freeway
280" & "Refugee Ship." Eds. Hans Guth & Gabrielle Rico. New Jersey:
Prentice Hall.
2004. Digging In: Literature for Developing Writers. "Cannery Town In August."
Ed. Albert Garcia. Pearson/Prentice Hall. New Jersey.
2004. Talking Race In the Classroom. "Poem for the Young White Man...". Ed.
Jane Bolgatz. Teacher's College Press. Columbia University. New York &
London.
2004. American Literature, Volume 2. "Refugee Ship." Ed. William E. Cain.
Penguin Academics, Pearson/Longman. New York, London, Toronto,
Sydney, Tokyo, Singapore, Madrid, Munich, Paris, Capetown, Montreal, et al.
2004. Critical Literacies: A Reader for Marquette University’s First Year English
Program. "Poem for the Young White Man...". Ed. Krista Ratcliffe. Pearson
Custom Publishing. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
2004. The Bedford Introduction to Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing. "To
We Who Were Saved by the Stars." Ed. Michael Meyer. Beford/St. Martin's.
Boston & New York.
2004. Journey to Racial Healing: A Formation Process for Parish Teams.
"Poem for the Young White Man...". Omaha Catholic Parishes. Omaha,
Nebraska.
2004. The Portable Poetry Workshop. "Colorado Blvd." Ed. Jack Meyers.
Thomson Wadsworth. US, Australia, Canada, Mexico, Singapore, Spain, U.K.
2004. Dreams and Inward Journeys: A Rhetoric and Reader for Writers.
"Emplumada." Eds. Marjorie Ford & Jon Ford. Pearson/Longman. New York,
London, Toronto, Sydney, Tokyo, Singapore, Madrid, Munich, Paris,
Capetown, Montreal, et al.
2004. Writing as Citizens of a Diverse World: English 101 Reader. "Barco de
Refugiados" and "Refugee Ship." Dept. of English, Miami University. Hayden
McNeil. Miami, Florida.
2004. U.S. Latino Literature Today. "Refugee Ship." Ed. Gabriela Baeza
Ventura. Pearson/Longman. New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, Tokyo,
Singapore, Madrid, Munich, Paris, Capetown, Montreal, et al.
2000. Literature and Society: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Non-
Fiction. Third Edition. “Cannery Town in August.” Eds. Pamela J. Annas &
Robert Rosen. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
2000. Sisters of the Extreme. “Meeting Mescalito At Oak Hill Cemetary”. Eds.
Cynthia Palmer & Michael Horowitz. Rochester, Vermont: Park Street Press.
1999. Fooling With Words: A Celebration of Poets and Their Craft. Bill Moyers.
“Lorna Dee Cervantes.” Interview with Bill Moyers. “For Virginia Chavez,”
“Summer Ends Too Soon,” “Poet’s Progress.” New York: William Morrow and
Company, Inc.
1999. Strategies for Successful Writing, Fifth Edition. “Cannery Town in
August.” Eds. James A. Reinking, et al. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
1999. The Natural World: Selected Readings on Single Topics. “Emplumada.”
Eds. Marjorie Ford & John Ford. Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin
Company.
1998. Creating Community in a Changing World. Second Edition. “Cannery
Town in August.” Eds. Kim Chuppa-Cornell, et al. New York, et al: The
McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
1998. The Heath Anthology of American Literature, Vol. II., Third Edition.
“Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway,” “Poem for the Young White Man Who
Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War
Between Races,” “Macho,” “Bananas.” Eds. Paul Lauter, et al. Lexington,
MA: D.C. Heath & Company.
1998. The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Volume 2. Fifth Edition.
“Uncle’s First Rabbit,” “For Virginia Chavez,” “Visions of Mexico While at A
Writing Symposium in Port Townsend, Washington,” “The Body As Braille,”
“Emplumada,” “My Dinner With Your Memory." Ed. Nina Baym. New York &
London: W.W. Norton and Company.
1998. Touching the Fire: Fifteen Poets of Today's Latino Renaissance. “The
Poet Is Served Her Papers," "The Levee: Letter to No One," "An Interpretation
of Dinner by the Uninvited Guest," "Starfish," "To We Who Were Saved by the
Stars," "Isla Mujeres," "A un Desconocido," "On the Poet Coming of Age,"
"First Beating," and "Archeology.” Ed. Ray Gonzalez. New York, et al.:
Anchor Books/Doubleday.
1998. The Floating Borderlands: Twenty-five Years of U.S. Hispanic Literature.
“Heritage,” “Refugee Ship,” “You Are Like A Weed,” “Blue Full Moon in Witch,”
“From the Cables of Genocide,” “On Love and Hunger.” Ed. Lauro Flores.
Seattle & London: University of Washington Press.
1998. Literature Connections: The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle and
Related Readings. “This Morning There Were Rainbows in the Sprinklers.”
Evanston, Ill., Boston & Dallas: McDougal Littell, A Houghton Mifflin
Company.
1997. The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women. Second Edition.
“Cannery Town in August,” “For Virginia Chavez,” “Emplumada,” “On Touring
Her Hometown” & "Y Volver." Eds. Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar.
New York & London: W.W. Norton & Co.
1997. Beyond Portia: Women, Law & Literature in the United States. “Beneath
the Shadow of the Freeway.” Eds. Jacqueline St. Joan & Annette Bennington
McElhiney. Boston, Mass.: Northeastern University Press.
1997. The Hispanic Literary Companion. “Pleiades from the Cables of
Genocide” & "Refugee Ship." Ed. Nicolás Kanellos. Detroit, New York,
Toronto & London: Visible Ink Press/Gale Research.
1997. Issues Across the Curriculum: Reading, Writing, Research. “Refugee
Ship.” Eds. Dolores LaGuardia & Hans Guth. Mountain View, Calif., London
& Toronto: Mayfield Publishing Company.
1997. Prentice Hall Choices in Literature: Myself, My World. “This Morning
There Were Rainbows in the Sprinklers.” Eds. Elizabeth Ferreira-Alves, et al.
New Jersey & Mass.: Prentice Hall.
1997. Literature and Its Writers: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama.
“Poem for the Young White Man....” Eds. Ann Charters and Samuel Charters.
Boston, Mass.: Bedford Books.
1997. Prentice Hall Selecciones Literarias. Ed. Jacqueline Kiraithe-Córdova.
“Esta mañana había un arco iris en la regadera.” Upper Saddle River, NJ &
Needham, Mass.: Prentice Hall.
1997. Prentice Hall Selecciones Literarias: Teachers Manual. Ed. Jacqueline
Kiraithe-Córdova. “This Morning There Were Rainbows in the Sprinklers.”
Upper Saddle River, NJ & Needham, Mass.: Prentice Hall.
1997. Discovering Literature: Fiction, Poetry, and Drama. Second Edition.
“Freeway 280” & “Refugee Ship.” Eds. Hans Guth & Gabrielle L. Rico.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: A Blair Press Book/ Prentice Hall.
1997. Changer L'Amérique: Anthologie de la poésie protestataire des USA
(1980-1995). “Poéme pour le jeune homme blanc qui m'a demandé comment
une personne intelligente et cultivée comme moi pouvait croire ´a la guerre
entre les races.” Tr. Lucien Suel & Gilles- B.Vacon. Eds. Eliot Katz & Christian
Haye. Rhone-Alpes: Le Temps des CeRISES, Maison de la Poésie.
1997. Chicana Feminist Thought: Basic Historical Writings. “Para un
Revolucionario.” Ed. Alma M. Garcia. New York & London: Routledge.
1997. Migrant Song: Politics and Process in Contemporary Chicano
Literature. “Emplumada.” Ed. Teresa McKenna. Austin: University of Texas
Press.
1997. Floricanto Sí: A collection of Latina Poetry. “Beneath the Shadow of the
Freeway," "Bird Ave," "On Love and Hunger," "Emplumada," and "Lápiz Azul.”
Eds. Bryce Milligan, Mary Guerrero Milligan, and Angela de Hoyos. New
York, et al: Penguin Books
1996. This Far Together: Haight Ashbury Literary Journal Anthology (1980
-1995). “This Morning,” “Lots: 1,” “Visions of Mexico While at a Writing
Symposium in Port Townsend, Washington” & “Beneath the Shadow of the
Freeway.” Eds. Joanne Hotchkiss, et al. San Francisco, CA: Haight Ashbury
Literary Journal.
1996. Literature and Integrated Studies (Grade Six). “Thinking.” Glenview, Ill.,
et al.: ScottForesman, A Division of HarperCollins Publishers.
1996. Adventures in Reading (High School text.) “Starfish.” Austin, New York,
et al” Holt, Rinehart and Winston/Harcourt Brace & Co.
1996. Poetry of the American West: A Columbia Anthology. “Freeway 280” &
“Colorado Blvd.” Ed. Alison Hawthorne Deming. New York & Chichester,
West Sussex: Columbia University Press.
1996. The Language of Literature: American Literature. “Refugee Ship.” Eds.
Arthur N. Applebee, et al. Evanston, Ill., Boston & Dallas: McDougal Littell, A
Houghton Mifflin Co.
1996. Under the Pomegranate Tree: Latino Erotica.. “Isla Mujeres” & “On the
Poet Coming of Age.” Ed. Ray Gonzalez. New York, et al: Pocket Books.
1996. Approaching Poetry. “Poem for the Young White Man....” Eds. Jack
Ridland & Peter J. Schakel. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
1996. Middle Grades Literature Series for Prentice Hall, Grade 8. “This
Morning There Were Rainbows in the Sprinklers.” Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
Prentice Hall.
1996. Literature: Reading and Responding to Fiction, Poetry, Drama and the
Essay. “Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent,
Well-Read Person Could Believe in the War Between Races.” Ed. Joel
Wingard. New York: HarperCollins College Publishers.
1996. Poems, Poets, Poetry: An Introduction and Anthology. “Refugee Ship.”
Ed. Helen Vendler. Boston: Bedford Books of St. Martin’s Press.
1996. Chicana Creativity & Criticism, Second Edition: New Frontiers in
American Literature. “First Beating,” “Astro-No-Mía,” “Bananas,” & “Bird Ave.”
Eds. María Herrera-Sobek & Helena María Viramontes. University of New
Mexico Press.
1996. Discovering Literature: Fiction, Poetry, and Drama. “Freeway 280” &
“Refugee Ship.” Eds. Hans Guth & Gabrielle L. Rico. Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
A Blair Press Book/Prentice Hall.
1996. Writers of America: Latino Voices . “Refugee Ship.” Ed. Frances R.
Aparicio. Brookfield, Ct: The Millbrook Press.
1995. Hispanic American Literature: A Brief Introduction and Anthology.
“Refugee Ship,” “Heritage,” “The Poet is Served Her Papers,” & “Pleiades
from the Cables of Genocide.” Ed. Nicolas Kanellos. New York:
HarperCollins Literary Mosaic Series, HarperCollins College Publishers.
1995. TumbleWords: Writers Reading the West. “Ode a las Gatas.” Ed.
William L. Fox. Reno, Las Vegas, London: University of Nevada Press.
1995. Literature: Fiction, Poetry, Drama, and the Essay. “Poem for the Young
White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-Read Person Could
Believe in the War Between Races.” Ed. Joel Wingard. Glenview, Ill., et al:
HarperCollins College Publishers.
1995. Letters to America: Contemporary Poetry on Race. “Poem for the
Young White Man....” Ed. Jim Daniels. Detroit: Wayne State University
Press.
1995. Paper Dance: 55 Latino Poets. “The Poet is Served Her Papers,” “Blue
Full Moon in Witch,” and “From the Cables of Genocide.” Eds. Leroy
Quintana and Virgil Suarez. New York: Persea Books, Inc.
1995. Daughters of the Fifth Sun: A Collection of Latina Fiction and Poetry
“Bananas.” Eds. Bryce Milligan, Mary Guerrero Milligan, and Angela de
Hoyos. New York: Riverhead Books, a Division of G.P. Putnam’s Sons.
1995. The Bedford Introduction to Literature, Fourth Edition. “Poem for the
Young White Man....” Ed. Michael Meyer. Boston: Bedford Books of St.
Martin’s Press.
1995. Literature Across Cultures. “Poem for the Young White Man....” Eds.
Sheena Gillespie, Terezinha Fonseca, and Carol Sanger. Boston, et al: Allyn
and Bacon, a Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc.
1995. Poetry: An Introduction. “Poem for the Young White Man....” Ed.
Michael Meyer. Boston: Bedford Books of St. Martin’s Press.
1995. The Woman that I Am: The Literature and Culture of Contemporary
Women of Color. “Poem for the Young White Man....” Ed. D. Soyini Madison.
New York: St. Martin’s Press, Inc.
1995. Poems: American Themes, Second Edition. “Starfish.” Ed. William C.
Bassell. New York: Amsco School Publications, Inc.
1995. Writing Exploratory Essays. “Poem for the Young White Man....” Ed.
Steven M. Strang. Mountain View, CA, London & Toronto: Mayfield
Publishing Company.
1995. Literature: The Evolving Canon. “Poem for the Young White Man....” Ed.
Sven Birkerts. Boston, London, et al: Allyn & Bacon.
1995. Currents from the Dancing River: Contemporary Latino Fiction,
Nonfiction, and Poetry. “Santa Cruz,” “Flatirons,” and “Shooting the Wren.”
Ed. Ray Gonzalez. San Diego, New York & London: A Harvest Original,
Harcourt Brace & Company.
1995. New Worlds of Literature: Writings from America’s Many Cultures,
Second Edition. “Freeway 280,” “Heritage,” and “Refugee Ship.” Eds.
Jerome Beaty and J. Paul Hunter. New York & London: W.W. Norton & Co.
1994. In Other Words: Literature by Latinas of the United States. “Poem for the
Young White Man...,” “Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway,” “For Virginia
Chavez,” “Astro-No-Mia,” & “Plieades from the Cables of Genocide.” Ed.
Roberta Fernandez. Houston, TX: Arte Público Press.
1994. Hispanic, Female and Young. “Refugee Ship,” “The Beauty of Me and
My People,” “This Morning There were Rainbows in the Sprinklers,”
“Thinking,” & “Which Line is This? I Forget.” Ed. Phyllis Tashlik. Houston, TX:
Piñata Books, a Division of Arte Público Press.
1994. The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Fourth Edition, Volume 2.
“Uncle’s First Rabbit,” “For Virginia Chavez,” “Visions of Mexico While at a
Writing Symposium in Port Townsend, Washington,” “The Body as Braille,”
“Emplumada,” & “My Dinner with your Memory.” Eds. Nina Baym, et al. New
York and London: W.W. Norton & Company.
1994. Unsettling America: An Anthology of Contemporary American Ethnic
Poetry. “Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent,
Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War Between Races.” Eds. Maria
Mazziotti Gillan & Jennifer Gillan. New York, et al: Penguin Books.
1994. Bridges: Literature Across Cultures. “Refugee Ship.” Eds. Gilbert H.
Muller and John Williams. New York, et al: McGraw-Hill, Inc.
1994. American Studies Album: Literature, Historical Documents, and Visual
Art. “Refugee Ship.” Eds. Tom Barefield, et al. Foreword by Annie Dillard.
Glenview, Ill., et al: ScottForesman, a Division of HarperCollins Publishers.
1994. Imagining Worlds. “Cannery Town in August.” Eds. Jon and Marjorie
Ford. New York, et al: McGraw-Hill, Inc.
1994. American Visions: Muliticultural Literature for Writers. “Refugee Ship.”
Eds. Delores la Guardia and Hans Guth. Mountain View, CA, London, et al:
Mayfield Publishing Company.
1994. Latinos. “Refugee Ship.” New York and London: W.W. Norton &
Company.
1994. Writing Poetry. “Macho.” New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanivich College
Publishers.
1994. Contemporary Multicultural Literature. “Refugee Ship.” New York: St
Martin’s Press.
1994. Understanding Literatures. “Uncle’s First Rabbit” & “Visions of Mexico
While at a Writing Symposium in Port Townsend, Washington.” Ed. James
Hurt. New York: MacMillan Publishing Company.
1994. Connections: A MultiCultural Reader. “Refugee Ship.” Eds. Delores la
Guardia and Hans Guth. Mountain View, CA, London, et al: Mayfield
Publishing Company.
1994. Writing for Change: A Community Reader. “Cannery Town in August.”
Eds. Ann Watters and Marjorie Ford. Glenview, Ill., et al: McGraw-Hill, Inc.
1994. The McGraw-Hill Introduction to Literature, Second edition. “Refugee
Ship.” Eds. Gilbert H. Muller and John Williams. New York, et al: McGraw-
Hill, Inc.
1994. Hispanic American Literature, A brief Introduction and Anthology.
“Refugee Ship,” “Heritage,” “The Poet is Served Her Papers,” & “Plieades
from the Cables of Genocide.” Ed. Nicolas Kanellos. New York: Harper
Collins College Publishers.
1994. Legacies. “Uncle’s First Rabbit.” Ed. Carley Bogarad & Jan Schmidt.
Fort Worth, Texas, et al.: Harcourt-Brace Jovanovich College Publishers.
1994. The Heath Anthology of American Literature, Vol. II., Second Edition.
“Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway,” “Poem for the Young White Man Who
Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War
Between Races,” & “Macho.” Eds. Paul Lauter, et al. Lexington, MA: D.C.
Heath & Company.
1994. An Introduction to Literature. an expanded edition. “Refugee Ship.” Eds.
Sylvan Barnet, et al. New York: HarperCollins College Publishers.
1993. No More Masks!: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century American Women
Poets. Newly revised and expanded. Ed. Florence Howe. New York:
HarperPerennial.
1993. Discovering Poetry. “Freeway 280,” “Poem for the Young White Man
Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the
War Between Races,” & “Refugee Ship.” Eds. Hans Guth & Gabrielle L. Rico.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: A Blair Press Book/ Prentice Hall.
1993. Primus. “Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an
Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War Between Races.” Eds.
Dvorak, et al. Michigan State University: McGraw-Hill, Inc.
1993. Tapestry: A Multicultural Anthology. “Refugee Ship.” Ed. Alan Purves.
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Globe Book Company, A Division of Simon
and Shuster.
1993. After Aztlán. “A las Gatas,” “The Levee: Letter to No One,” “Night Stand,”
& “Drawings: For John Who Said to Write about True Love.” Ed. Ray
Gonzalez. Boston, MA: Godine, Inc.
1993. Prentice Hall Literature , 3rd edition (textbook for grades 6-12). “Freeway
280.” New York: Prentice Hall.
1993. The Woman that I Am: Literature and Culture of Women of Color.
“Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-
Read Person, Could Believe in the War Between Races.” Ed. D. Soyini
Madison. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
1993. Literature for Composition. “Refugee Ship.” Ed. Sven Birkerts. New
York: Allyn & Bacon.
1993. Decade II: A 20th Anniversary Celebration, “The Poet is Served Her
Papers,” “Blue Full Moon in Witch,” “From the Cables of Genocide,” “On Love
and Hunger” and “The Captive’s Verses” in Eds. Julián Olivares & Evangelina
Vigil-Piñon. Houston, TX: Arte Público Press.
1993. Parallels: Artists and Poets. “Como lo Siento.” Eds. Oriole Farb
Feshbach, et al. New York: Midmarch Arts Press.
1993. Vous avez dit Chicano: anthologie thematique de poesie chicano.
“Barco de Refugiados/Radeau de refugies.” Ed. and Trans. Elyette
Benjamin-Labarthe. Bordeaux, FRANCE: Editions de la Maison des
Sciences de l’Homme de’Aquitaine.
1993. Power Poetics: Women and Literature, 1945 to the Present. “Refugee
Ship” and “Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an
Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War Between Races.” Ed.
Roberta Rosenberg. New York: Twayne Publishers, a Division of
MacMillan Publishers.
1993. Latina Poetry. (For young Adults). “The Beauty of Me and My People”
and “Which Line is This? I Forget.” New York.
1993. Race, Class and Gender. “Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked
Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War Between
Races.” Ed. Paula Rothenberg. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
1993. Words that Wound. “Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me
How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War Between
Races.” Eds. Kimberle Crenshaw, et al. Westview Press.
1993. Poems: American Themes. “Starfish.” New York: Amsco School
Publications.
1993. Contemporary Multicultural Literature. “Refugee Ship.” Ed. Sheena
Eastman. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
1992. Hispanic Groups in the USA. “Refugee Ship.” Ed. Dr. Horst Tonn.
Berlin, W. GERMANY: Cornelsen Verlag.
1992. The Pittsburgh Book of Contemporary American Poetry. “Poem for the
Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person,
Could Believe in the War Between Races,” “Emplumada,” “Meeting Mescalito
at Oak Hill Cemetery,” “Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway” and “Poem for
the Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person,
Could Believe in the War Between Races.” Eds. Ed Ochester & Peter Oresick.
Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
1992. The Heath Guide to Literature, 3rd, edition. “Para un Revolucionario.”
Eds. David Bergman & Daniel Mark Epstein. Lexington, Mass. & Toronto:
D.C. Heath & Co.
1992. Racism and Sexism, 2nd. Edition. “Poem for the Young White Man Who
Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War
Between Races.” Ed. Paula Rothenberg. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
1992. Infinite Divisions: An Anthology of Chicana Literature. “Oaxaca, 1974,”
“Refugee Ship,” “Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway,” “Para un
Revolucionario,” “For Virginia Chavez,”“Crow,” “Visions of Mexico While at a
Writing Symposium in Port Townsend, Washington,” “Poem for the Young
White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could
Believe in the War Between Races,” “Declaration on a Day of Little
Inspiration,” “The Body as Braille,” “Como lo Siento” and “Emplumada.” Eds.
Tey Diana Rebolledo and Eliana Rivero. Phoenix: The University of Arizona
Press.
1992. The Before Columbus Foundation Poetry Anthology. “Meeting Mescalito
at Oak Hill Cemetery,” “Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway,” “For Edward
Long,” “For Virginia Chavez” and “Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked
Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War Between
Races.” Eds. Ishmael Reed, Shawn Wong, et al. NewYork/London: W.W.
Norton & Company.
1992. How We Live Now: Contemporary Multicultural Literature. “Refugee
Ship.” Ed. John Repp. New York: Bedford Books, a division of St. Martin’s
Press.
1991. Mixed Blessings: New American Art Crossing Cultures. “Visions of
Mexico While at a Writing Symposium in Port Townsend, Washington.” Ed.
Lucy. L. Lippard. New York: Pantheon Books, a Division of Random House.
1991. Western Wind. “Freeway 280.” Ed. John Frederick Nims. New York:
McGraw Hill.
1991. New American Poets of the ‘90’s, “Raisins,” “Colorado Blvd.” and “From
the Bus to E.L.” Eds. Jack Meyers & Roger Weingarten. New York: David R.
Godine Press.
1990. Interactions: A Thematic Reader. Two poems. Eds. Ann Moseley &
Jeanette Harris. Boston, et al: Houghton Mifflin.
1990. Haciendo Caras/Making Faces, Makings Soul: Creative and Critical
Perspectives by Feminists of Color. Three poems. Ed. Gloria Anzaldúa.
San Francisco: Aunt Lute.
1990. Working Classics: Poems on Industrial Life. “Cannery Town in August.”
Eds. Peter Oresick & Nicholas Coles. Urbana, Chicago: Univ. of Illinois Press.
1990. The American Reader. “Refugee Ship.” Ed. Diane Ravitch. New York:
Bantam.
1990. The Heath Anthology of American Literature. “Crow,” “Beneath the
Shadow of the Freeway” and “Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me
How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in the War Between
Races.” Eds. Paul Lauter, et al. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath & Company.
1990. Emerging Voices. One poem. EdS. Janet Madden-Simpson & Sara M.
Blake. Fort Worth, Texas: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.
1990. Sotto il Quinto Sole. “Lots: I,” “Lots: II,” “Refugee Ship,” “Freeway 280,”
“For All You Know,” “The Body as Braille,” “Before You Go,” “An Interpretation
of Dinner by the Uninvited Guest” and “Emplumada.” Ed. and trans. Franca
Minuzzo Bacchiega. Florence, Italy: Passigli Edizioni.
1989. The Norton Anthology of American Literature, 3rd ed., volume 2. New
York, London: W.W. Norton & Company.
1989. An Ear to the Ground: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry.
Ed. Marie Harris & Kathleen Agüero. Athens, Georgia, London: Univ. of
Georgia Press.
1989. Mexican American Literature. Ed. Charles Tatum. Orlando, et al: Harcourt
Brace Jovanovich.
1989. New Worlds of Literature. Ed. Jerome Beaty & J. Paul Hunter. New York,
London: W.W. Norton.
1989. Adventures in Reading. Pegasus Edition. “Starfish.” Orlando, Fl, et al:
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers.
1988. The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry, 2nd ed. Ed. Richard Ellmann &
Robert O'Clair. New York, London: W.W. Norton & Co.
1988. Chicana Creativity and Criticism. “Bird Ave,” “Oda a las Gatas,” & “Astro-
No-Mia.” Eds. Helena Viramontes & Maria Herrera-Sobek. Houston, TX: Arte
Publico Press.
1988. Contexts for Writing with a Purpose. Ed. Brock Dethier. New York:
Houghton Mifflin.
1988. Understanding Chicano Literature. Columbia, S. C: Univ. of South
Carolina Press.
1988. Racism and Sexism: An Integrated Study. “Poem for the Young White
Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-read Person, Could Believe in
the War Between Races.” Ed. Paula Rothenberg. New York: St. Martin's
Press, Inc.
1987. Early Ripening: American Women Poets Now. Ed. Marge Piercy. New
York, London: Pandora Press.
1987. In Celebration of the Muse. Eds. Amber C. Sumrall & Patrice Vecchione.
Soquel, CA: M Press.
1987. Survey of American Poetry: Midcentury to 1980. Great Neck, NY : Roth
Publishing Inc.
1985. Contemporary Chicano Poetry II/Partial Autobiographies, Interviews With
Twenty Chicano Poets. Ed. Wolfgang Binder. Verlag Palm, Enke Erlangen,
WEST GERMANY.
1983. Twenty-one Broadsides: Poems and Prose from the 1982-83 Walker
Art Center Reading Series. “Lapiz Azul.” St. Paul, MINN: Printed by
Toothpaste Press for Bookslinger Editions.
1982. Women Poets of the World. Ed. Deidre Lashgari, et al. New York:
MacMillan Publishing.
1982. Fiesta in Aztlan: Anthology of Chicano Poetry. Ed. Toni Empringham.
Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press.
1982. Shaman Woman, Mainline Lady. “Meeting Mescalito at Oak Hill
Cemetery.” Ed. Cynthia Palmer & Michael Horowitz. New York: Quill.
1981. Canto Al Pueblo. Ed. Justo Alarcon, et al. Phoenix, AZ: Canto Al Pueblo.
1981. Ceremony of Brotherhood, 1680-1980. Eds. Rudolfo Anaya & Simon
Ortiz. Albuquerque, NM.
1980. Pushcart Prize, IV: Best of the Small Presses. New York: Pushcart
Press.
1980. The Third Woman. Ed. Dexter Fisher. New York: Houghton Mifflin.
1980. Flor y Canto IV andV. Ed. Festival Committee. Albuquerque, NM:
Pajarito Publications.
1979. Floricanto II: An Anthology of Chicano Literature. Albuqerque, Austin:
Pajarito Publications & the Center for Mexican American Studies, Univ. of
Texas.
1978. Canto Al Pueblo. Ed. Leonardo Carrillo, et al. San Antonio, TX: Penca
Books.
LITERARY MAGAZINES AND JOURNALS (Partial listing)
2004.   Self-Interview. "Don't Call Me No Hispanic, Man! A Conversation with
Lorna Dee Cervantes." DIVIDE, Issue No. 2. University of Colorado, Boulder.
2004. "Seems Seeds." SQUARE ONE. Issue No. 2, Spring. University of
Colorado, Boulder.
2004. "For My Ancestors." DIVIDE, Issue No. 2. University of Colorado, Boulder.
1997. "On Childhood." The BLOOMSBURY REVIEW, Vol. 17/Issue 5. Denver, CO.
1997. “I Trust Only What I have Built With My Own Hands: An Interview With
Lorna Dee Cervantes." The BLOOMSBURY REVIEW, Vol. 17/Issue 5.
Denver, CO.
1995. “Liberty,” “Tierra Y Libertad,” “A Baldemar Gómez,” and “Homing” in
VISIONES (Vol. 1, Num. 1). Denver, CO. Fall, 1995.
1993. “Persona Ingrata,” “Santa Cruz,” “Politeness Takes her Turn,” “My
Dinner with Your Memory,” “On Speaking to the Dead,” “Death Song,”
“Colorado,” “On Touring her Home Town,” “Europa and Califia,” “Plenos
Poderos,” “Lapiz Azul,” “Y Volver,” & “The Last Meal” in BRUJALA/COMPASS
17. Fall, 1993.
1990. “The Levee: Letter to No One” and “Pleiades from the Cables of
Genocide” in FRONTEIRS. Vol. 11:1, ‘90. Pages 22-23.

The Progressive Many Mountains Moving
The Berkeley Poetry Review The Bloomsbury Review
Tonantzin The Americas Review
Frontiers Zzyzyva
Poetry Flash The Mid-American Review
Quarry West Poetry Now
Revista Chicano-Riqueña Tecolote Literario
Contact II Haight Ashbury Literary Journal
Shankpainter White Pine Journal
Seeds of Change Beyond Rice
Samisdat El Grito del Sol
De Colores La Opinion (Mexico)
Caracol Vortice
Latin American Literary Review El Heraldo.( Mexico, D.F.)
Mango Imagine
Nuestro Fuego de Aztlan

Work translated by others (partial listing)
“Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway” in Plural de Excélsior, Fall, 1992. Translated into Spanish by Ricardo Aguilar Melantzón & Sergio Elizondo.
“Barco de Refugiados” in Vous avez dit Chicano: anthologie thematique de poesie chicano. Ed. and Trans. Elyette Andouard-Labarthe. Bordeaux, FRANCE: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme de’Aquitaine/CNRS-French National Center for Research, 1993.

“Lots: I,” “Lots: II,” “Refugee Ship,” “Freeway 280,” “For All You Know,” “The Body as Braille,” “Before You Go,” “An Interpretation of Dinner by the Uninvited Guest” and “Emplumada” in Sotto il Quinto Sole, ed. and trans. Franca Minuzzo Bacchiega. Florence, Italy: Passigli Edizioni, 1990.

Critical Writing on Lorna Dee Cervantes (partial listing)

BOOKS
2004. Long interview conducted by Beatrice Pesquera, UCSB Post-Doc Fellow
in Sociology forthcoming in book on Latina Professors.
2004. Long critical entry. "Lorna Dee Cervantes" in LATINO AND LATINA
WRITERS, Vol. 1. Amanda Nolacea Harris-Fonseca. Eds. Alan West-Duran,
Maria Herrera Sobek & Cesar A. Salgado. New York: Thomson Gale/Charles
Scribner's Sons.
2000. Barrio-Logos: Space and Place in Urban Chicano Literature and
Culture. Raúl Homero Villa. “Between Nationalism and Women’s
Standpoint: Lorna Dee Cervantes’s Freeway Poems.” Austin: University of
Texas Press.
1998. Other Sisterhoods: Literary Theory and U.S. Women of Color. Ed.
Sandra Kumamoto Stanley. “Rethinking Class from a Chicana Perspective:
Identity and Otherness in Chicana Literature and Theory.” Timothy Libretti.
Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
1997. Latino Cultural Citizenship: Claiming Identity, Space, and Rights. Eds.
William V. Flores & Rina Benmayor. “Cultural Citizenship, Inequality, and
Multiculturalism. Renato Rosaldo. Boston: Beacon Press.
1997. Race & Class on Campus: Conversations With Ricardo’s Daughter. Jay
M. Rochlin. “Encounters With Racism.” Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
1997. Women Singing in the Snow: A Cultural Analysis of Chicana Literature,
by Tey Diana Rebolledo. Tucson & London: University of Arizona Press.
1996. Where Something Catches: Work, Love, and Identity in Youth. Victoria I.
Muñoz. New York: State University of New York Press.
1995. June Jordan’s Poetry for the People, A Revolutionary Blue Print. Ed.
Lauren Muller. New York & London: Routledge.
1995. Translated Woman. Ruth Behar. Boston: Beacon Press.
1995. Power Poetics: Women and Literature, 1945 to the Present. Roberta
Rosenberg. New York: Twayne Publishers, A Division of MacMillan
Publishers.
1995. Movements in Chicano Poetry: Against Myths, Against Margins. Rafael
Pérez-Torres. Cambridge University Press.
1994. An Other Tongue: Nation and Ethnicity in the Linguistic Borderlands.
Ed. Al Arteaga. “Bilingualism and Dialogism: Another Reading of Lorna Dee
Cervantes’ Poetry” by Ada Savin. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Pages 215-23.
1992. U.S. Latino Literature. Mark Zimmerman. Chicago, IL: March/Abrazo
Press.
1991. Mujer y literature mexicana y chicana: Culturas en contacto, Vol. II.
Eds. Aralia Lopez-Gonzalez, Melia Malagamba and Urrutia-Elena “Tres
momentos del proceso de reconocimiento en la voz poetica de Lorna Dee
Cervantes” by Justo S. Alarcón. Mexico City & Tijuana: Colegio de Mexico;
Colegio de la Frontera Norte. Pages 281-85.
1988. Chicana Creativity and Criticism.: Charting New Frontiers in American
Literature. Eds. Helena Viramontes & Maria Herrera-Sobek. “Chicana
Literature from a Feminist Perspective” by Yvonne Yarbro-Bejerano. Houston,
TX: Arte Publico Press. Pages 139-145.
1988. Understanding Chicano Literature. Carl R. Shirley & Paula W. Shirley.
Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press.
1987. A Gift of Tongues: Critical Challenges in Contemporary American
Poetry. Eds. Marie Harris & Kathleen Aguero. “Notes Toward a New
Multicultural Criticism: Three Works by Women of Color” by John Crawford.
Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press. Pages 155-95.
1987. A Literary History of the American West. “Contemporary Mexican-
American Literature, 1960-Present” by Raymund A. Paredes. FortWorth, TX:
Texas Christian University Press. Pages 1101-1118.
1986. Chicano Poetry: A Critical Introduction. Cordelia Candelaria. Westport,
CT & London: Greenwood Press.
1985. Contemporary Chicana Poetry. Marta Ester Sanchez. Berkeley, CA, et
al: University of California Press.
1985. Partial Autobiographies: Interviews with Twenty Chicano Poets.
Wolfgang Binder. Erlangen. WEST GERMANY: Verlag Palm & Enke. Pages
39-53.
1985. Women of Color: Perspectives on Feminism and Identity. Ed. Audrey
McCluskey. “What Kind of Lover Have You Made Me, Mother?: Towards a
Theory of Chicanas’ Feminism and Cultural Identity Through Poetry” by
Norma Alarcøon. Bloomington, IN: Women’s Studies Program, Indiana
University. Pages 80-110.
1984. The Chicano Struggle: Analyses of Past and Present Efforts. Eds.
Theresa Cordova and Juan R. Garcia. “Witches, Bitches and Midwives: The
Shaping of Poetic Consciousness in Chicana Literature” by Tey Diana
Rebolledo. Binghamton, NY: Bilingual Press/ Editorial Bilingue. Pages 16-78.
1984. Die Legitimation Der Alltagssprache in der Modernen Lyrik. Ed. Harald
Wentzlaff-Eggebert. “Die Lyrik de Chicanos seit den sechziger Jahren,” by
Wolfgang Binder. Erlangen: Universitatsbund Erlangen-Nurnberg; WEST
GERMANY. Pages 85-111.
1973. Audio Interview. Juan Bruce-Novoa Papers. Archive Manuscript
Control.

DISSERTATIONS & THESES ON LORNA DEE CERVANTES (partial listing)
1994. “Es la culpa de los Antepasados”: The Influence of Native Heritage on
Chicana poetry. Christian J. Rosenstock. MA thesis. Illinois State University.
1994. Retextualized Transculturations: The Emergence of La Malinche as
Figure in Chicana Literature. Deliah Anne Storm. PHD dissertation.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
1993. Tales from the Second City: Social Geographic Imagination in
Contemporary Urban California Chicana/o Literature and the Arts. Raul
Homero Villa. PHD dissertation. The University of California - Santa Cruz.
1993. Title unavailable. Tim Libretti. PHD dissertation. The University of
Michigan-Ann Arbor.
1991. The Politics of Language:: Feminist Theory and Contemporary Works by
Women of Color (Paule Marshall, Leslie Marmon Silko, Louise Erdrich,
Maxine Hong Kingston, Lorna Dee Cervantes, and Gloria Anzaldúa). Nancy
Jane Peterson. PHD dissertation. The University of Wisconsin - Madison.
1985. Contemporary Chicana Poetry. Marta Ester Sanchez. PHD dissertation.
The University of California - San Diego.

JOURNAL ARTICLES (about Lorna Dee Cervantes) (partial listing)
1993. “Divided Loyalties: Literal and Literary in the Poetry of Lorna Dee
Cervantes, Cathy Song and Rita Dove” by Patricia Wallace, in MELUS: The
Journal for The Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the
United States. Vol. 18:3, Fall ‘93. Amherst, MA: (MELUS). Pages 3-19.
1987. “Challenge and Counter Challenge: Chicana Literary Motifs,” by Alvina
Quintana, in Against the Current. Vol. 2:2, March-April ‘87. Pages 25, 28-32.
1987. “La busqueda de la identidad en la literatura chicana/tres textos,” by
Justo S. Alarcón, in Confluencia: Revista Hispanica de Cultura y Literatura.
Vol. 3:1. Fall
1987. Title unavailable CONFUENCIA. Pages 137-143.
1987. “Chicana Literature from a Feminist Perspective,” by Yvonne Yarbro-
Bejerano, in The Americas Review. Vol. 15:3-4. Fall-Winter ‘87. Houston,
TX: Arte Publico Press. Pages 139-145.
1986. “Nombres, apellidos y lenguas: la disyuntiva antologica del poeta
hispano en los Estados Unidos,” by Frances R. Aparicio, in Bilingual Review.
Vol. 13:3, Sept.-Dec. ‘86. Pages 47-58.
1986. “In Verbal Murals: A Study of Chicana Herstory and Poetry,” by Linda
Billings, in Confluencia: Revista Hispanica de Cultura y Literatura. Vol. 2:1.
Fall.
1986. Title unavailable. CONFUENCIA. Pages 60-68.
1985. “Bernice Zamora and Lorna Dee Cervantes: Una estetica feminista,” by
Bruce-Novoa, in Revista Iberoamericana. Vol. 51:132-33, July-Dec. ‘85.
Pittsburgh, PA: (RI.) Pages 565-573.
1985. “A Meeting of Poets from East and West: Lorna Dee Cervantes, Gary
Soto, Tato Laviera,” by Edward F. Elias, in BILINGUAL REVIEW. Vol. 12:1-2,
Jan.-Aug., 1985. Pages 150-155.
1984. “Emplumada: Chicana Rites-of-Passage,” by Lynette Seator, in MELUS:
The Journal for The Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the
United States. Vol. 11:2, Summer ‘84. Amherst, MA: (MELUS). Pages 23-38.
1984. “Interview with Lorna Dee Cervantes,” with Bernadette Monda, in The
Third Woman. Vol. 2:1, ‘84. Berkeley, CA: (TWo). Pages 103-07.
1984. “Soothing Restless Serpents: The Dreaded Creation and Other
Inspirations in Chicana Poetry,” by Tey Diana Rebolledo. The Third Woman.
Vol. 2:1, ‘84. Berkeley, CA. Pages 83-102.
1984. “The Concept of Cultural Identity in Chicana Poetry,” by Elizabeth
Odoñez in The Third Woman. Vol. 2:1, ‘84. Berkeley, CA: (TWo). Pages 75
-82.
1978. “Archetypes in Chicana Poetry,” by Bernice Zamora, in DE COLORES.
Vol. 4:3. Albuquerque, NM: (DE COLORES). Pages 43-52.

Work reviewed by others (partial listing - over 40 entries)
1993. Hurricane Alice: A Feminist Quarterly. Vol. 9:4, Summer ‘93. Page 11.
1992. Sípapu.(a newsletter for librarians), v.21, no.2; con. issue #42. Feb., 1992.
1992. “Power of the Press” by Richard Johnson in The Denver Post, March 23.
1992. Review of From the Cables of Genocide: Poems on Love and Hunger
by Agueda Pizarro Rayo in Review 45. New York, Fall, 1992.
1991. The Alternative Press.
1991. The Poetry Flash. San Francisco, 1991.
1990. Isthmus / The Culture. By Joel Gersmann. December 14, 1990.
1990. The American Poetry Review. “The Gospel According to Norton,” by
Clayton Eschelman, Sept./Oct., 1990.

LISTINGS AND ENTRIES (Partial listing)
2004. Latino and Latina Writers, Volume 1. Long critical entry. "Lorna Dee
Cervantes." Amanda Nolacea Harris-Fonseca. Eds. Alan West-Duran, Maria
Herrera Sobek & Cesar A. Salgado. New York: Thomson Gale/Charles
Scribner's Sons.
1996. Latinas! Women of Achievement. Eds. Diane Telgen & Jim Kamp.
Detroit, New York & Toronto: Visible Ink Press.
1980-2006. Directory of American Poets and Writers. Names and addresses of
contemporary poets and fiction writers whose work has been published in the
United States.
1980-81 edition to present. New York: Poets and Writers.
1995. Oxford Companion to Women’s Writing in the United States. Edited by
Cathy N. Davidson and Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford University
Press.
1994. Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in English. Edited by
Ian Hamilton. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
1994. American Women Writers. A critical reference guide from colonial times
to the present. Volume 5: Supplement. Edited by Carol Hurd Green and
Mary Grimley Mason; entry by Yvonne Yarbro-Bejerano. New York:
Continium Publishing Company.
1994. Who’s Who Among Hispanic Americans. Third edition, 1994-1995.
Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Co.
1993. Hispanic-American Almanac. A reference work on Hispanics in the
United States. By Nicolas Kanellos. Detroit: Gale Research. Biography
contains portrait.
1993. Hispanic Writers: A Selection of Sketches From Contemporary Authors.
Ed. Bryan Ryan. Detroit, MI, New York, London: Gale Research.
1993. Notable Hispanic American Women. First Edition. Detroit: Gale
Research.
1992. Bloomsbury Guide to Women’s Literature. Ed. Claire Buck. New York:
Prentice Hall General Reference.
1992. Who’s Who Among Hispanic Americans. Second edition, 1992-1993.
Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Company.
1991. Contemporary Authors. A bio-bibliographical guide to current writers in
fiction, general non- fiction, poetry, journalism, drama, motion pictures,
television, and other fields. Vol. 131. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Company.
1991. Swedish National Encyclopedia (Nationalencyklopedin). Biographical
entry by Kjell A. Johansson.
1991. Hispanic Writers (Contemporary Authors Series). A selection of
sketches from Contemporary Authors. Ed. Bryan Ryan. Detroit, Michigan:
Gale Research Company.
1991. Who’s Who Among Hispanic Americans. First edition, 1991-1992.
Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Company.
1989. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 82: Chicano Writers. First Series.
Eds. Francisco A. Lomelí and Carl R. Shirley. Detroit, Michigan: Gale
Research Company.
1989. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Ed. Charles Egleston. Entry by
Roberta Fernandez. Columbia, South Carolina: Bruccoli Clark Layman, Inc.
1988. Mexican American Biographies. An historical dictionary, 1836-1987.
By Matt S. Meier. New York: Greenwood Press.
1982. Chicano Literature: A Reference Guide. Eds. Julio A. Martinez and
Francisco A. Lomelí. Westport, CT. & London: Greenwood Press.
1979. Chicano Scholars and Writers. A bio-bibliographical directory. Edited
and compiled by Julio Martinez. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press.
1978. Chicano Perspectives in Literature: A Critical and Annotated
Bibliography. Eds. Francisco A. Lomelí & Donaldo W. Urioste. Albuquerque,
NM: Pajarito Press.

ELECTRONIC MEDIA (PARTIAL LISTING)
2006. 30 minute poetry reading simulcast. KPFT, Houston, TX. October 24.
“Nuestra Palabra.”
1995. Profiled as “Outstanding Latino” for “La Paloma,” an internationally
syndicated television program for Univision (Mexico), Houston, TX.
1995. Radio interview: “The State of Poetry & the NEA.” KUVO, Boulder, CO.
April 13.
1995. Poetry presentation for “Viva Houston,” KTRK - TV 13, Houston, TX. May
18.
1995. Radio interview for “Authors in Transit.” KMSU 89.7FM. Mankato, Minn.
Nov. 17.
1993. Palabra: Latino Writers. Produced by Rosemary Catacalos. San
Francisco Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives, SFSU. Video.
1993.. Poetry reading at the Naropa Institute, July 16. Video.
1992. “The Body as Braille” in New Letters Poem for the Day. Produced and
hosted by Rebekah Presson. Univ. of Missouri-Kansas City. Nationally
syndicated to U.S. radio stations.
1992. Lecture on Chicano/a literature. CSERA 4000/500, Chicano Studies
class, Feb. 27. CU Boulder & Denver University joint production. Video.
1992. Poetry reading at the Naropa Institute, July 11. Video.
1988. Birthwrite: Growing Up Hispanic (Eight Hispanic Writers). Produced by
Jesús Treviño & Luis Torrez. Phoenix, AZ: KAET. Nationally syndicated to
PBS Stations. Full-length documentary. Video.
1986. Poetry reading with Gary Soto, Sandra Cisneros, and Luis Omar Salinas.
The Library of Congress, Wash., D.C., April 6, 1986. Audio and video.
1976. Six Chicano Poets. Prod. Daniel Del Solar for KQED Television, San
Francisco. Video.
1985. Lorna Dee Cervantes & Karen Brodine Read from their Poetry.
American Poetry Archives, San Francisco State University. Video.

March 3, 2005 - Present. LORNADICE. Web-log (blog) (http://lornadice.blogspot.com). Over 1,000 postings of original poetry and prose along with news and repostings. Over 65,000 visitors since monitoring site on May 5, 2005. Website presently attracts over a hundred visitors a day.

Current Projects
Una poca de gracia/ Bit of Grace: New and Collected Love Poems. (250 pages) Verbal agreement with Arte Público Press.
Ganesh’s Tusk: Towards A Pedagogy of Poetics. Nonfiction book on teaching creative writing and the creative life. Under verbal contract. Wings Press: San Antonio, TX.
Book of criticism on Lorna Dee Cervantes. Ed., Elisa Gonzalez-Gibson. Under contract, Wings Press.

I also have 5 other collections of poetry I am readying for publication.

Besides poetry, I am currently working on a full-length screenplay: Pigmeat: The Life and Times of Memphis Minnie, a dramatic musical about the inventor of the electric guitar; and a novel, Perfect Partners.
I am also completing a children’s picture book in verse, Pato Loco Goes to the Zoo and Discovers Home, at the request of Cinco Puntos Press. Bilingual.

Literary Activity:
Since 1974 I have presented over 1,000 poetry readings, lectures, performances and panel presentations in the US and Mexico at such places as: The Library of Congress (twice), The National Museum of Women in the Arts (2005), The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MINN. (1982), The Performance Theater in New York (1981), The Center for Performing Arts in San Jose, CA. (1979), The Nuyorican Poets Cafe (6 times), The 92nd Street Y, and at major universities such as Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Brown, Stanford, Columbia, Vassar, Cornell, Mt. Holyoke College, Wellesley College, Bradley College, Purdue College and at all of the campuses of the University of California. My work has been translated into German, Italian, French, Spanish, and Czechoslavakian. I’ve been included in books, anthologies & journals published in England, Spain, W. Germany, Mexico, Brazil, Ireland, Colombia , Czechoslavakia and Canada. I have been the subject of eight dissertations and six masters theses.

Languages
Spanish: moderately fluent speaking, fluent reading, passable writing.
Mayan and Yucatec Mayan: rudimentary reading and writing.

Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

ADDENDUM (partial listing of activities)

2004 Presentations, Talks, Workshops, Colloquia
Poetry Workshop for educators. “Writing the World by Heart,” In-Service Teachers Training
workshop, Gemini Ink Summer Literary Festival. San Antonio, TX.
Poetry Workshop. “Poetry, A Writers Way of Knowledge.” Gemini Ink Summer Literary Festival.
San Antonio, TX.
Paper on the poetry of Chicana poet, Bernice Zamora presented on a panel with Dr. Luis Torres,
Pueblo State College, Colorado. Oct. 22
Poetry Reading. Regis College, Denver. May 5th.
Poetry Reading. Summer Literary Conference. Gemini Ink. San Antonio, Texas. July 23.
Wrote paper, "Chuck Class and Poetry" for keynote address for the IV International Conference on
Chicano Literature, University of Seville, SPAIN. Cancelled due to illness.
Wrote paper for keynote address for Conference on Chicano Literature for teachers, GERMANY,
Nov. 18-22. Cancelled due to illness.

1996 Presentations, Talks, Workshops, Colloquia
Poetry Workshop. Orate High School. The Border Book Festival. Las Cruces, New Mexico.Jan. 24.
Poetry Workshop. Las Cruces High School. The Border Book Festival. Las Cruces, NM. Jan. 24.
Poetry Workshop. Garfield Community Center. The Border Book Festival. Garfield, NM. Jan. 25.
Poetry Reading. Creative Writing Program. CU Boulder. Feb. 15.
Poetry Reading. Library of Congress. Washington, D.C. Feb. 20.
Keynote Address. Colorado Language Arts Society Spring Regional Conference.
Broadmoor Hotel. Colorado Spring. March 9.
Poetry Reading. The Border Book Festival. Las Cruces, New Mexico. March 22.
Poetry Reading and Workshop. La Xicana Conference. Metro State College, Denver. March 29.
Poetry Reading. University of Illinois at Chicago. April 10.
Poetry Workshop. Resistance Bookshop. Austin, Texas. April 18.
Poetry Reading. "Floricanto." Austin Community College. April 20.
Poetry Reading. "Floricanto Colorado-Año 2." CU Boulder. April 26.
Poetry Workshops. Summer Writing Program. Jack Keroac School of Disembodied Poetics.
Naropa Institute. Boulder. June 16-20.
Poetry Reading. Summer Writing Program. Jack Keroac School of Disembodied Poetics. Naropa
Institute. Boulder. June 19.
Poetry Symposia. Summer Writing Program. Jack Keroac School of Disembodied Poetics. Naropa
Institute. Boulder. June 21.
Poetry Reading. "Hijas del Quinta Sol: Studies in Latina Identity and Literature" Conference.
Saint Mary's University. San Antonio, Texas. July 11.
Panel Presentation. Publishing Panel. "Hijas del Quinta Sol: Studies in Latina Identity &
Literature" Conference. Saint Mary's University. San Antonio, Texas. July 12.
Poetry Reading. "Celebration of Latino Literature." Community College of Denver. Sept. 15.
Poetry Reading. "Mexican and Chicano Poets: Literature Without Borders Conference." Mexico
City. Nov. 7.
Poetry Reading. Addressed at-risk youth. Mile High Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. Denver.
Nov. 20.

1995 Presentations, Talks, Workshops, Colloquia
Conducted Latina Poetry Workshops, one day a week, Spring semester, Univ. of Houston
(while on Leave).
Paper on Chicana Writers presented at the International Hispanic Association for the Humanities
Conference in Madrid, Spain, July 29.
Poetry Reading. Houston High School, La Raza Student Alliance. Houston, Tx., Jan. 21.
Poetry Reading & talk: “Chicana Poetry : Y Qué?” . Women’s Studies Program, Anderson
Library, University of Houston, Jan. 27, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Poets & Writers Ball, Benefit for Creative Writing Program, U. of H. Houston
Country Club, March 10, 1995.
Panelist on “Latina Art.” Firehouse Gallery, Houston, Tx., March 14, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Univ. of Houston, Central Campus, April 4, 1995
Poetry Reading and Panelist: “Restructuring the Family: The Poetry of Lorna Dee Cervantes.”
(“Lorna Debunks Lear’s ‘The Owl and the Pussy-cat’”, Juanita Luna Lawhn, San Antonio
College and “Cervantes’ Journey: From Solitude to Solace,” Bruce-Novoa, Univ. of California,
Irvine.) Multicultural Voices in Literature Conference: Constructing the Family, San Antonio
College, April 21, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Multicultural Voices in Literature Conference: Constructing the Family, San
Antonio College, April 21, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Creating Women’s Voices: Performances by Six Writers. Univ. of Texas at
Austin, April 22, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Council of Ethnic Organizations Awards Banquet, Univ. of Houston. Holiday
Inn Crowne Plaza, May 6, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Regan High School. Houston, Tx., May 10, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Kirsten Starkey's Intro. to Creative Writing Class,CU Boulder, June 5, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Arts of the Contact Zone. U. of Arizona, Modern Languages Auditorium.
Tucson, June 21, 1995.
Poetry Workshop for high school students entering U. of Arizona, Tucson, June 22, 1995.
Poetry Reading. International Hispanic Association for the Humanities Conference in Madrid,
Spain, July 29, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Voices of the West Fall Reading Series. Koenig Center, CU Boulder, Sept. 25.
Poetry Reading. San Antonio Inter-American Bookfair and Literary Festival. San Antonio, Tx.,
Oct. 12, 1995.
Poetry Reading. U. S. C. Latino Writers and Speakers Series. Univ. of Southern Colorado at
Pueblo, Oct. 20, 1995.
Poetry Reading. San Francisco Book Festival, S.F., CA, Nov. 5, 1995.
Poetry Reading. UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA., Nov. 7, 1995.
Poetry Reading. Rolling Thunder Reading Series. Mankato State University, MIN.,Nov. 16, 1995.
Craft lecture. Mankato State University, MIN., Nov. 16, 1995.
Guest lecture on Chicano Poetry for Multicultural Literature class. Mankato State University,
Minn., Nov. 16, 1995.

1994 Presentations, Talks, Workshops, Colloquia
Talk. “Chicano Art.” Denver Public Theatre. May 15.
Poetry Workshop. Naropa Institute. Boulder. July 11 & 14.
Colloquim. Naropa Institute. Boulder. July 16.
Talk. “Poetry: A Writer’s Way of Knowledge.” ArtSpeak. Wyoming Arts Council. Jackson,
Wyoming. Oct. 1.
Panelist. “The Women Your Mother Warned you About: Cultural Diversity in Feminism.”
University of Houston. Nov. 14.
Lecture. “Chicana/Latina Empowerment.” Galveston, TX. Nov. 19.

1994 Poetry Readings
May 7. Fort Lupton, Co. Tumblewrods.
May 5. Cinco de Mayo Celebration. Boulder.
May 20. Cultural Legacy Bookstore. Denver.
July 11. Naropa Institute. Boulder.
Sept. 14. Diverse Works. Houston, TX.
Sept. 23. University of Houston.
Nov. 2. “National Writers Harvest for the Homeless.” Menil Museum. Houston, TX.
Nov. 8. “In Other Words: Writings by Chicana Authors.” Univ. of Houston.
Dec. 2. Hispanic Literature Recovery Conference. Univ. of Houston.

1993 Presentations, Talks, Workshops, Colloquia
April 4. Colorado State University, Fort Collins. “Chicana Poetry.” Talk.
April 24. Keynote address. MECHA. Colorado State University, Fort Collins.
July 13 & 16. Poetry Workshop. Naropa Institute. Boulder.
July 15. Lecture. “Ecopoetics.” Naropa Institute. Boulder.
July 17. Colloquium. Naropa Institute. Boulder.

1993 Poetry Readings
Jan. 16. Patterson Community Poetry Center. Patterson, NJ.
Feb. 23. Arts and Sciences Centennial Reading. CU, Boulder.
March 6. Arts and Humanities Association of Boulder.
April 4. Colorado State University, Fort Collins.
April 26. Cinco de Mayo Celebration. Denver University, Denver.
April 28. Semana Chicana. UMAS. CU,Boulder.
May 3. Cinco de Mayo Celebration, CU Boulder.
May 11. University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.
May 22. Poesis Benefit. Denver.
July 10. Naropa Institute.
July 30. Boulder Bookstore.
Oct. 12. Michigan State University, Ann Arbor.
Nov. 3. MECHA. CU, Boulder.
Nov. 13. Michigan State University., Ann Arbor.

1992 Presentations, Talks, Workshops, Colloquia
Feb. 22. “Poetry Workshop.” Reed Arts Festival. Reed College, Portland, Oregon.
Feb. 27. “Chicano Poetry,” lecture for Prof. Salvador Rodriguez del Pino’s Chicano Studies
4000/5000 class. CU Boulder.
April 17. “Sudden Exposure: Home Girls, Vatas and Cruzadas in the Academy”. Panel for
Semana de la Chicana, United Mexican American Students (UMAS). CU Boulder.
April 24. “Chicano Poetry,” lecture/reading for MECHA/UMAS, La Semana de la Chicana
July 11. Naropa Institute. Summer session Faculty Colloquium. (Summer Faculty).
Nov. 23. “Chicana/o Poetry,” lecture for Olivia Arrieta’s Intro. to Chicano Studies course.

1992 Poetry Readings
Feb. 10. Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver.
Feb. 14. Creative Writing Program Reading Series (with Jay Griswold), CU Boulder.
Feb. 22. Reed Arts Festival. Reed College, Portland, Oregon.
April 12. Boulder Presents Writers! Arts & Humanities Assoc. of Boulder.
April 13. Semana de la Chicana, (UMAS), CU Boulder.
May 1. Cinco de Mayo, (UMAS/MECHA), CU Boulder.
May 1. Penny Lane Coffeehouse, Boulder.
May 6. Metropolitan State College-Auraria Campus. Cinco de Mayo. Denver.
July 9. Tattered Cover Bookstore. Colorado Council on the Arts Literary Fellowship Recipients
Reading, Denver.
July 11. Naropa Institute, Boulder. (Summer Faculty).
Nov. 13. Chicano Humanities and Arts Center (CHAC), Denver.

1991 Presentations, Talks, Workshops, Colloquia
Talk: “Chicano Poetry.” Colorado State University, Fort Collins. Lory Student Center. March 21.
Craft Lecture: “Poetry: A Writer’s Way of Knowledge”. Colorado State University, Fort Collins.
March 21.
Craft Lecture. Tucson Poetry Center. University of Arizona, Tucson. March 26.
Craft Lecture. University of Arizona, Flagstaff. March 29.
Guest Lecture. San José State University. Multicultural Literature class. “Chicano Poetry: ¿Y
Qué?”. May 8.
Performance. Yerba Buena High School, San José, CA. Senior poetry seminar (& recruitment).
May 9.
Chicano/Latino Graduation address. University of California, Santa Cruz. June 15.
Chicano Art Show panel presentation: “El Arte se Salva.” Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA.
July 20.
Panel. Naropa Institute. Summer session Faculty Colloquium. July 30.
Poetry Reading. Foothill Writers Conference at Foothill College, Los Altos, California.
Poetry Workshops. June 24-26. Foothill Writers Conference at Foothill College, Los Altos, CA.
Workshops: “Getting Poems Published,” “Reading Your Work Aloud,” “The Line,” individual
manuscript critiques.
Guest Poet. University of California, Berkeley. Robert Hass’ Modern Poetry class. October 15.
Panel presentation: “Muticultural Poetry of the West”. Casper, Wyoming Annual Writer’s
Conference: “Western Landscapes.” Casper College. October 31.

1991 Poetry Readings
Naropa Institute, Boulder. February 13.
University of Colorado, Boulder. Arts & Humanities Assoc. of Boulder. February 23.
Alphagraphics Gallery. Denver. RED DIRT reading with Jay Griswold, et al. Mar. 13.
University of Colorado, Boulder. Women Against War. March 17.
Colorado State University, Fort Collins. March 22.
University of Arizona, Tempe. March 25.
University of Arizona, Tucson. March 27.
University of Arizona, Flagstaff. March 28.
Teikyo-Loretto Heights. Denver. (With Jay Griswold.) April 12.
University of Colorado, Boulder. UMAS. April 19.
University of Colorado, Boulder. Koenig Alumni Ctr. RED DIRT reading with Jay Griswold, et
al. April 24.
University of Colorado, Boulder. Old Main. Cinco de Mayo. May 2.
San José State University. May 8.
Yerba Buena High School, San José, CA. Reading/Recruitment performance. May 9
University of California, Santa Cruz. Chicano/Latino Graduation. June 15.
Foothill College, Los Altos, California. June 25.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. August 2.
University of Colorado, Boulder. UMAS. September 16.
C. U., Boulder. Prof. Linda Hogan’s Modern Poetry grad. sem, Sept. 26.
University of California, Berkeley. October 15.
Casper, Wyoming’s Annual Writer’s Conference. Casper College. November 1.
University of Colorado, Boulder. Prof. Salvador Rodríguez Del Pino’s
Chicano Studies class. Guest lecture: “Chicana Poetry.” November 19.

1990 Papers, Presentations, Talks, Workshops, Colloquia
Vision of Color Ethnic Women Writers Conference. University of Washington at Pullman.
Symposium: “What We Are Trying to Say: Four Writers Discuss Their Work, Roots and ‘What
It Is’.” March 1, 1990.
In-class instruction, graduate Bilingual Education seminar: “Poetry and Chicano Education.”
University of WA., Pullman. March 2, 1990.
Poetry workshop with Paula Gunn Allen. Univ. of WA., Pullman. March 3, 1990.
Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference in Denver. Panel: “Chicano Literature: Moving
into the ‘90’s.” March 24, 1990.
In-class lecture, Dr. Herminio Rios’ Chicano Literature course,
University of California at Hayward: “Chicano Literature.” May 24.
Foothill Writers Conference at Foothill College, Los Altos, California.
Poetry Workshops. June 24-26.
Foothill Writers Conference at Foothill College, Los Altos, CA. Talk: “Ethnicity and the Woman
Poet.” June 24.
Foothill Writers Conference. Workshop: “Reading Your Work Aloud.” June 26.
* Naropa Institute, Boulder. Faculty lecture: “Chicana Poets. ¿Y
qúe?” July 12.
Naropa Institute. Creative Writing Faculty Colloquium. July 14.
Summer Writers in Residence at The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center - Literature Program in San
Antonio, Texas. Residency in Poetry. August 13-18. Poetry course, Aug. 13-17.
University of Colorado, Boulder. Jenny Dorn’s graduate Publishing seminar. Guest lecture “On
Small Press in America.” October 10.
University of Colorado, Boulder. Prof. Salvador Rodríguez Del Pino’s Chicano Studies 1015.
Guest lecture: “Chicano Poetry.” October 23.

Poetry Readings-1990
Univ. of WA., Pullman. March 3, 1990.
Colorado Poetry Rodeo & Free Speech Jamboree. Muddy’s, Denver, May 5.
University of California at Hayward. May 25.
University of California, Santa Cruz. June 1.
Alphagraphics Gallery. Denver. June 13.
Foothill College, Los Altos, California. June 25.
Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Theatre. San Antonio, Texas. August 18.
Univ. of CO, Boulder. Sewall Hall. October 3.

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