Zamora, Bernice (B. Ortiz)
ZAMORA, Bernice (B. Ortiz)
ZAMORA, Bernice (B. Ortiz). American, b. 1938. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Third World, Women's studies and issues. Career: Poet. University of California, Berkeley, instructor in Chicano studies, 1976- 78; University of San Francisco, CA, instructor in English and ethnic studies, 1978-79; Santa Clara University, CA, assistant professor of English, 1988-. Stanford University, assistant visiting professor, 1994. Educational consultant to organizations including the California Council for the Humanities and the California State Department of Education. Publications: (with J.A. Burciaga) Restless Serpents (poems), 1976; Releasing Serpents (poems), 1994. EDITOR: (with J. Armas) Chicano Literary Criticism, Chicano Short Stories, Barrio Oral History, Chicano Poetry Anthology, 1980; (with Armas and M. Reed) Flor y Canto IV and V: An Anthology of Chicano Literature, 1980. Contributor to anthologies and periodicals.