Selected Poetry of Cecilio Garcia-Camarillo by Cecilio Garcia Camarillo
Introduction by Enrique R. Lamadrid (Pioneers of Modern U.S. Hispanic Literature)

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Known as the "Chicano Nation's cultural attaché" and the "Chicano Renaissance Man," Cecilio García-Camarillo served as the central figure in the flourishing of artistic creativity in the late 1960s and the 1970s known as the Chicano Movement.

At Last García-Camarillo has consented to the publication of selected poems spanning his decades of creativity. In this volume are united works that appeared in thirteen short-run chapbooks that he distributes among friends: Zafa'o, Crickets, Burning Snow, Carambola, Han a Snake, Ecstasy, Puro Pedo, and other magical collections.


About Cecilio Garcia Camarillo

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Enrique R. Lamadrid is a literary folklorist and cultural historian in the University of New Mexico's Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
Published June 1, 2000 by Arte Publico Pr. 98 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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