Introduction: Contesting the counter-revolution: a Latina/o literary geography of the neoliberal era Hemispheric otherwises in the shadow of 1968: Martín Espada's Zapatista poems Molotovs and subtleties:Juan Felipe Herrera's post-movement Norteamérica Against the neoliberal state: Roberto Bolaño's country of writing and Martín Espada's republic of poetry Andando entre dos mundos: Maurice Kilwein Guevara's and Marcos McPeek Villatoro's Appalachian Latino poetics "Migration . . . is not a crime": Puerto Rican status and "t-shirt solidarity" in Judith Ortiz Cofer, Victor Hernández Cruz, andJack Agüeros Godzilla in Mexico City: poetics of infrastructure in José Emilio Pacheco and Roberto Bolaño Coda: Too much of it: Marjorie Agosín's and Valerie Martínez's representations of femicide in the Maquila Zone.
"Broken Souths offers the first in-depth study of the diverse field of contemporary Latina/o poetry. Its innovative angle of approach puts Latina/o and Latin American poets into sustained conversation in original and rewarding ways. In addition, author Michael Dowdy presents ecocritical readings that foreground the environmental dimensions of current Latina/o poetics"--Provided by publisher.
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2013. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Source of Description
Description based on print version record.
Available in Other Form
Print version: Dowdy, Michael. Broken souths : Latina/o poetic responses to neoliberalism and globalization. Tucson : University of Arizona Press,  279 pages