Give It To Me book club pick by the American Library Association

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ANA CASTILLO & The Poetry Foundation of Chicago

Ana Castillo reading at the Poetry Foundation this fall with emerging Chicago poets.

The poet reading from My Father was a Toltec

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Thanks much, mil gracias to bloggers!

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Podcast from the Philadelphia Public Library

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La Tolteca ‘Zine


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La Tolteca ‘Zine: Promoting the Advancement of a World Without Borders and Censorship
Founded 2010
Publisher and Editor in Chief Ana Castillo
Check it out at: Go to: La Tolteca
Current issue: La Tolteca ‘Zine, Spring Solstice 2014 ¡Sí se puede!
Forthcoming issue: September 21st: Se Habla Español featuring new essays by Edith Grossman, Sandra Cisneros, interviews with Jessica Helen López and Mayra Santos Febres, poetry and photography by emerging artists y mucho más!

Enjoy! Support our labor of love and follow us! LIKE our página on FB & see what we are up to in realtime:


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Huffington Post June 2014, Chicago

How This ‘Chicana’ Writer Is Breaking The Mold When It Comes To Strong Women

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Ana Castillo named Lund-Gill Endowed Chair, Dominican University, Fall, 2014

Dominican University,
English Dept.
River Forest, IL<


Have a wonderful summer, everyone!

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See you in Chicago with the 20th anniversary updated ed. of award winning Massacre of the Dreamers: Essays on Xicanisma (UNMP, Nov. 2014)


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Library Journal (starred) Review

Thank you to all the librarians 4 loving & promoting literature!

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Top Five: ReMezcla Pics 2014 New York

“It’s hard to make explorations of race, gender and sexuality lighthearted and humorous — raunchy even — but Castillo manages it.”
–Andrea Gumpf



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Radio Interview: Ana Castillo on Give It To Me

Thanks to Daniel Chacón Words on a Wire, KTEP in El Paso.

Moving poem by Nancy Aidé González from the Spiritual Memoir Writing Workshop in L.A. images

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