The Poesia Tejana Prize is given to Texas Latina poets under the age of 30.
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Victoria Garca-Zapata (formerly Garcia-Galaviz) won first place in the regionally televised (PBS) 1995 poetry slam sponsored by the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. Also through the Guadalupe, she has studied creative writing in masters classes with Pat Mora, Gary Soto, Joy Harjo, and Sandra Cisneros. Her work has appeared in several literary magazines, in This Promiscuous Light: Young Women Poets of San Antonio (1996), and in Floricanto S! A Collection of Latina Poetry (Penguin, 1998). Garca-Zapata was the subject of a feature story on new Latina poets in the San Antonio Express News, and has been interviewed on National Public Radio. She is a student at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, where she is studying literature and creative writing.Review:
"Poesia Tejana is a kaleidoscope of powerfully raw and unforgiving poems by young Latinas. The authors cast an unflinching eye on their realities, capturing snapshots of mother earth, the strengh of sisterhood, and bitter family secrets."
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Descripción Wings Press (TX), 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0930324463
Descripción Wings Press (TX), 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0930324463