- Off Campus; Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos (211 Lee Street)
- Tammy Gonzales, 512.245.2224
- Campus Sponsor:
- Center for the Study of the Southwest
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A Conversation with Tino Villanueva
April 12, 2016 | Reception 5:30 | Prograom 6 p.m.
Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos (211 Lee Street)
Join us for a reading and conversation with Tino Villanueva. Dr. Villanueva has had a diversity of work experiences before his formal college education, ranging from migrant worker to assembly-line construction of furniture here in San Marcos, where he was born and raised. fter two years as an Army supply clerk in the Panama Canal Zone, Villanueva returned and attended Texas State (then Southwest Texas State) where he received his B.A. in Spanish and English. In addition to currently serving as Preceptor in Spanish at Boston University, Villanueva is the founder of Imagine Publishers, Inc., and editor of Imagine: International Chicano Poetry Journal. He is the author of Hay Otra Voz Poems, Scenes from the Movie GIANT, Shaking Off the Dark, Crónica de mis años peores, and So Spoke Penelope.
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