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Festival de Flor y Canto at USC: A Guide to Resources: Find New Books by Latino Writers

A guide to USC's 1973 and 2010 Festivales de Flor y Canto, groundbreaking literary events featuring poets and writers from the past and performers from the new and future generation.

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Recommend Books by/about Latino writers

Send suggestions for new books for the USC Libraries via this link below, or contact the librarian directly.

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New Books at USC by Latino poets and writers

You are viewing a list that is regularly updated with titles of some of the new books acquired by the USC Libraries by Chicano and Latino poets and writers.

Most current circulating books by Chicano and Latino writers are housed in the Doheny Memorial Library bookstacks and in the Leavey Library. Older editions are sometimes housed off-site in the Grand Avenue Library and will be paged for you when you request this service in HOMER. 

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LibGuide Authors

Barbara Robinson, Librarian, Chicano and Latino Studies

Iván E Calimano, Librarian, Special Collections, Cataloger

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