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PEER MENTOR, TRONCOSO, EDITS ANTHOLOGY OF MEXICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
The forthcoming anthology of Mexican American Literature, Nepantla Familias, was edited by CTN peer mentor, Sergio Troncoso.
Twenty-five of the thirty works in this collection are unpublished, from Sandra Cisneros, Reyna Grande, Jose Antonio Rodriguez, Rigoberto Gonzalez, ire'ne lara silva, Matt Mendez, Diana Lopez, Alex Espinoza, Daniel Chacon, Helena Maria Viramontes, Stephanie Elizondo Griest, Deborah Paredez, David Dorado Romo, Francisco Cantu, Domingo Martinez, Oscar Casares, Lorraine Lopez, David Dominguez, Stephanie Li, Sheryl Luna, Octavio Quintanilla, Diana Marie Delgado, Octavio Solis, Severo Perez, and Ruben Degollado.
“I created this anthology because I wanted to delve deeply into this issue of Nepantla, living in between languages, cultures, psychologies, and even geographies, and I wanted to explore this topic through our families,” commented Troncoso.