The following is an excerpt from the memoir “Through Smoke-Teared Eyes,” which was written by Chicano war veteran Johnny F. Pugh who passed away 11...
Category - Literature
“Bless Me, Ultima” addresses the big philosophical questions of life.
While more Latina writers have become established with time, there’s still a lack of voices when it comes to Latinas in literature.
The Chicano Manifesto is widely regarded as one of the first books written on the Chicano movement by a Chicano.
Teen Angels was bold, beautiful, and influential. But its eclectic founder makes it that much more interesting.
The collection is likely the most comprehensive ever assembled.
"The Spirit of Chicano Park" traces the history of one of the U.S.'s most iconic parks.
"American Dirt" has catapulted a discussion about identity to the forefront of public discussion—and Chicanos are leading the way.
Being a part of the Latinx community is something we can celebrate.