Partly Cloudy: Poems of love and longing (Harcourt, 2009); A Simple Plan ( Chronicle Books, 2007); One Kind of Faith (Chronicle Books, 2003); Junior College (1997); New and selected poems (Chronicle Books, 1995) National Book Award finalist; Canto Familiar/Familiar Song (1994) ...
Gary Soto is known for a body of work that deals with the realities of growing up in Mexican-American communities; in poems, novels, short stories, plays and over a two dozen books for young people, Soto has recreated the world of the barrio, the urban, Spanish-speaking neighborhood where he was raised, bringing the ...
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Gary Soto was born in Fresno, California, on April 12, 1952, to working-class Mexican-American parents. As a teenager and college student, he worked in the fields of the San Joaquin Valley, chopping beets and cotton and picking grapes. He was not academically motivated as a child, but he became interested in poetry ...
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Gary Soto has been a leading figure in Chicano literature since the 1977 publication of his first book of poems, The Elements of San Joaquin. In this and subsequent works of poetry and prose he describes his working-class upbringing in Fresno, California and the travails, hopes, and dreams of migrant laborers and other ...