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Flores de Nopal - Suggested Readings

AUGUST 15—OCTOBER 10, 1997
FLORES DE NOPAL:
Mexican American Voices from South Texas

SOUTHWESTERN WRITERS COLLECTION

Exhibition Press Release

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BIBLIOGRAPHY 

LITERATURE
Canícula: Snapshots of a Girlhood en la Frontera by Norma Elia Cantú. University of New Mexico Press, 1995.
Woman hollering creek and other stories by Sandra Cisneros. Random House, 1991.
The Candy Vendor's Boy and Other Stories by Beatriz de la Garza, Arté Público Press, 1994.
Caballero: A Historical Novel by Jovita González & Eve Raleigh. Texas A&M University Press, 1996.
I Can Hear the Cowbells Ringing by Lionel G. Garcia. Arté Público Press, 1994.
To a Widow With Children by Lionel G. Garcia. Arté Público Press, 1994.
Rainbow's End by Genaro González. Arté Público Press, 1988.
Across the Great River by Irene Beltrán Hernández. Arté Público Press, 1989.
 
Books by and about Rolando Hinojosa:
Amigos de Becky. Arté Público Press, 1991.
Becky and Her Friends. Arté Público Press, 1990.
Claros Varones de Belken / Fair Gentlemen of Belken County. Trans. Julia Cruz. Bilingual Press, 1986.
Dear Rafe. Arté Público Press, 1985.
Estampas del valle y otras obras. Quinto Sol, 1973.
Klail City. Arté Público Press, 1987.
Klail City y sus alrededores. Casa de las Americas, 1976.
Mi querido Rafa. Arté Público Press, 1981.
Partners in Crime: a Rafe Buenrostro Mystery. Arté Público Press, 1985.
Rites and Witnesses: a Comedy. Arté Público Press, 1982.
The Valley. Arté Público Press, 1983.
Rolando Hinojosa and the American Dream by Joyce Lee Glover. University of North Texas Press, 1997.
Rolando Hinojosa y su Cronicón chicano: una novela del lector by Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez. Universidad de Sevilla, 1993.
The Rolando Hinojosa Reader: Essays Historical and Critical ed José David Saldívar. Arté Público Press, 1985.
 

 
The Adventures of the Chicano Kid and Other Stories by Max Martinez. Arté Público Press, 1982.
Schoolland by Max Martínez. Arté Público Press, 1988.
George Washington Gómez: a Mexicotexan Novel by Américo Paredes. Arté Público Press, 1990.
The Hammon and the Beans and Other Stories by Américo Paredes. Arté Público Press, 1994.
On Both Sides of the River by Alberto M. Ramón. Guild Press of Indiana, 1996.
Give the Pig a Chance & Other Stories by David Rice. Bilingual Press, 1996.
 
Books by and about Tomás Rivera:
The harvest : short stories. Arté Público Press, 1989.
The searchers : collected poetry. Arté Público Press, 1990.
This Migrant Earth: Rolando Hinojosa's Rendition in English of Tomás Rivera's
...y no se lo tragó la tierra. Arté Público Press, 1987.
Tomás Rivera: the complete works ed Julián Olivares. Arté Público Press, 1991.
...y no se lo tragó la tierra. Quinto Sol, 1971.
International Studies in Honor of Thomás Rivera ed. Julián Olivares. Arté Público Press, 1986.
Tomás Rivera: 1935-1984: The Man and His Work eds. Vernon E. Lattin, Rolando Hinojosa, Gary D. Keller. Bilingual Press, 1988
 

 
Books by Tino Villanueva
Crónica de mis años peores by Tino Villanueva. Lalo Press, 1994.
Hay otra voz: Poems 1968-1971 by Tino Villanueva. Mensaje, 1972.
Scene from the Movie Giant by Tino Villanueva. Curbstone Press, 1993.
Shaking Off the Dark by Tino Villanueva. Arté Público Press, 1984.
 

 
HISTORY
The Tejano Community, 1836-1900 by Arnoldo De León. University of New Mexico Press, 1982.
Dancing With the Devil: Cultural Poetics in Mexican American South Texas by José Limón. University of Wisconsin Press, 1994.
LULAC: The Evolution of a Mexican American Political Organization
Benjamin Márquez. University of Texas Press, 1993.
Anglos and Mexicans in the Making of Texas, 1836-1986 by David Montejano. University of Texas Press, 1987.
"With His Pistol in His Hand:" A Border Ballad and its Hero by Américo Paredes. University of Texas Press, 1958.
Tejano Journey: 1770-1850 ed. Gerald E. Poyo. University of Texas Press, 1996.
Indians of the Rio Grande Delta by Martín Salinas. University of Texas Press, 1990.
A Revolution Remembered: The Memoirs and Selected Correspondence of Juan N. Seguín ed. Jesús F. de la Teja. State House Press, 1991.
San Antonio de Béxar: A Community on New Spain's Northern
Frontier by Jesús F. de la Teja. University of New Mexico Press, 1995.
Juan Cortina and the Texas-Mexican Frontier ed. Jerry D. Thompson. Texas Western Press, 1994.
Tejanos & Texas under the Mexican Flag, 1821-1836 by Andrés Tijerina. Texas A & M University Press, 1994.

ART
Family Pictures/Cuadros de familia by Carmen Lomas Garza. Children's Book Press, 1990.
In My Family/En mi familia by Carmen Lomas Garza. Children's Book Press, 1996.
Los artistas chicanas del valle de Tejas: Narradores de mitos y tradiciones. Centro Cultural Tijuana, 1991.

MUSIC
The Mexican Corrido: A Feminist AnalysisMaria Herrera-Sobek Indiana University Press, 1993.
A Texas-Mexican cancionero : Folksongs of the Lower Border by Américo Paredes. University of Illinois Press, 1976.
Selena: como la flor by Joe Nick Patoski. Little, Brown, 1996.
The Texas-Mexican Conjunto by Manuel Peña. University of Texas Press, 1985
Lydia Mendoza: A Family Autobiography ed. Chris Strachwitz with James Nicolopulos. Arté Público Press, 1993.
 
FILM
"...and the earth did not swallow him." A film by Severo Perez based on Tomás Rivera's novel ...y no se lo tragó la tierra. Kino International, 1994.
"The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez." Directed by Robert A. Young. Based on Américo Paredes' book "With His Pistol in His Hand:" A Border Ballad and Its Hero. 1982.
"Chulas Fronteras" by Les Blank/Brazos Films. Arhoolie Productions, 1976.
"Del Mero Corazon" by Les Blank/Brazos Films. Arhoolie Productions, 1976.
"Songs of the Homeland" by Hector Galan. Galan Productions 1995.
 
OTHER READINGS:
Flour From Another Sack & other Proverbs, Folk Beliefs, Tales, Riddles, & Recipes , ed. Mark Glazer. Pan American University, 1982.
Folklore and culture on the Texas-Mexican border by Américo Paredes. Center for Mexican American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 1993.
Chicano Narrative: The Dialectics of Difference by Ramón Saldívar. University of Wisconsin Press, 1990.
Mexican-American Folklore by John D. West. August House, 1988.