The crisp, clean voices in Angela de Hoyos’ poetry have resounded on four continents, garnering awards for her art in Asia, Europe, South America and the United States. De Hoyos continues to publish her works in English and Spanish throughout the world. In Woman, Woman, de Hoyos devotes full attention to dynamic tension which both unites and separates male and female. In de Hoyos’ poems, that tension is always erotically charged, always threatening to one sex or the other, always reverberating in the political.
|Publisher:||Arte Publico Press|
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About the Author
ANGELA DE HOYOS (1940-2009), a native of Coahuila, Mexico, spent most of her life in San Antonio, Texas. She authored several poetry collections and, with her husband, ran a small publishing house, M&A Editions, which published other Chicano authors. Her poetry was translated into more than 15 languages and won awards in Argentina, India, Italy and Germany.