Un Trip to El Valle

Carmona, Christopher
July 2013
American Book Review;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p9
The article focuses on the effort made by several poets including Isaac Chavarria, Gabriel Sanchez and Rossy Lima for promoting the publication of chapbooks and Chican poetry. It states that Chavarria used "Pocho," a derogative term for Mexican Americans, to describe his experiences and identity. It mentions that Sanchez published several chapbooks for various poets and social activist organizations whereas Lima embraced the identity of Chican.


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