Rigoberto González

Rigoberto González is the author of So Often the Pitcher Goes to Water until It Breaks, a selection of the National Poetry Series, and of Other Fugitives and Other Strangers. A recipient of Guggenheim and NEA Fellowships and of several international artist residencies, he has also written two children’s picture books, a literary biography, and an award-winning novel, Crossing Vines. He is on the Advisory Circle of Con Tinta—a coalition of Chicano/Latino activist writers. He works and lives in New York City.

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    Butterfly Boy

    Memories of a Chicano Mariposa

    Rigoberto González

    University of Wisconsin. Septiembre 2015

    Heartbreaking, poetic, and intensely personal, Butterfly Boyis a unique coming out and coming-of-age story of a first-generation Chicano who trades one life for another, only to discover that history and memory are not exchangeable or forgettable. 

    Growing up among poor migrant Mexican farmworkers, Rigoberto González also faces the pressure of coming-of-age ...

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