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Cutthroat, A Journal Of The Arts and The Black Earth Insti- tute collaborated to publish this historic collection of writings about Chicanx culture. The writings span all topics from the rasquache to the refined. In these pages is writing that goes deep into Chicanx culture and reveals heritage in new ways. This is work that challenges, that is irreverent, that is defiant and inventive. That is Puro Chicanx. The idea of Puro Chicanx is rooted in Mexican ancestral heritage, is about attitude and may overlap with other Latinx cultures. Our focus is on Chicanx culture that has been a large part of this country for hundreds of years and is still under-explored and understood only at a distance by the dominant culture.
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|Publisher:||Cutthroat, a Journal of the Arts|
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About the Author
Sandra Cisneros is an American writer best known for her debut novel The House on Mango Street (1984) and her short story collection Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories (1991). The recipient of numerous awards including a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, she is regarded as a key figure in Chicana literature. Her books have been informed by her childhood experience of "always straddling two countries [the U.S., and Mexico] ... but not belonging to either culture."
Hometown:San Antonio, Texas
Date of Birth:December 20, 1954
Place of Birth:Chicago, Illinois
Education:B.A., Loyola University, 1976; M.F.A., University of Iowa Writers' Workshop, 1978