Aguilar Melantzon, Ricardo

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AGUILAR MELANTZON, Ricardo

AGUILAR MELANTZON, Ricardo. American, b. 1947. Genres: Poetry. Career: University of Texas at El Paso, instructor in Spanish, 1974-75; University of Washington, Seattle, lecturer in Chicano studies, 1975-77; University of Texas at El Paso, director of Chicano studies and assistant to the vice-president for academic affairs, 1977-80, assistant professor, 1977-83, associate professor, 1983-90, professor of Spanish and creative writing, 1990; New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, regents professor of Spanish, 1990-. Publications: AS RICARDO AGUILAR, EXCEPT AS NOTED; Caravana enlutada (poetry), 1975; En Son de lluvia (poetry), 1980; (ed. with A. Armengol and O.U. Somoza) Palabra nueva: Cuentos chicanos, 1984; Efrain Huerta, 1984; (ed. with Armengol and S.D. Elizondo) Palabra nueva: Poesia chicana, 1985; (ed. with Armengol and Elizondo) Palabra nueva: Cuentos chicanos II, 1987; (as Ricardo Aguilar Melantzon) Madreselvas en flor (autobiographical narrative), 1987; Glosario del calo de Ciudad Juarez, 1989; Aurelia, 1990; Jose Fuentes Mares, 1990. TRANSLATOR: (with B. Pollack) R. Arias, The Road to Tamazunchale; (with B. Pollack) D. Chavez, Loving Pedro Infante. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Dept of Languages and Linguistics, New Mexico State University, PO Box 300001 MSC 3L, Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001, U.S.A.

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