Gary Soto is a Mexican-American poet, novelist, and essayist. Best known for his poetry that draws upon everyday experiences growing up in an urban, Spanish-speaking environment, Soto prides himself on writing relatable characters and dialogue. His second book of poems, The Tale of Sunlight, was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.

Bestsellers

Too Many Tamales
Baseball in April and Other Stories
Taking Sides
A Summer Life
Buried Onions
The Skirt
Chato's Kitchen
Living Up The Street
Seriously Funny: Poems about Love, Death, Religion, Art, Politics, Sex, and Everything Else
Local News: Stories
Neighborhood Odes
Facts of Life: Stories
Pacific Crossing
The Afterlife
What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump

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Title: Too Many Tamales, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Baseball in April and Other Stories, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Taking Sides, Author: Gary Soto
Title: A Summer Life, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Buried Onions, Author: Gary Soto
Title: The Skirt, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Chato's Kitchen, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Living Up the Street, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Beisbol en abril y otros cuentos, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Seriously Funny: Poems about Love, Death, Religion, Art, Politics, Sex, and Everything Else, Author: Barbara Hamby
Title: Local News: Stories, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Neighborhood Odes, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Facts of Life: Stories, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Pacific Crossing, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Que Monton de Tamales (Too Many Tamales), Author: Gary Soto
Title: The Afterlife, Author: Gary Soto
Title: What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump, Author: Martin Espada
Title: Chato y su cena (Chato's Kitchen), Author: Gary Soto
Title: Jesse, Author: Gary Soto
Title: Accidental Love, Author: Gary Soto

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