Mexican American authors -- Texas
Found in 231 Collections and/or Records:
Reflecting the impact his writing has had on young readers, these are primarily thank-you letters written to Troncoso from students whose schools he had visited. The letters from Bon View Elementary School in Ontario, California are particularly poignant due to Troncoso’s aunt, a longtime teacher’s aide at that school, having recently passed away.
30th Popular Culture Association and the 22nd American Culture Association Annual Conference, Featuring Rodriguez “The Prisoner”, undated
This series contains both computer disks with drafts of Troncoso’s work and also the contents of a USB drive (113 digital photographs, 2 videos, and 4 documents).
This series includes a medal Troncoso won in grade school, a full year run of Pow-Wow(the high school paper he was editor of at Ysleta High School), and name badges from Harvard reunions. Of particular note are Troncoso’s handwritten college application essays and academic papers from his studies at Harvard and Yale.
“All Known Documents Pertaining to My MFA Degree in Creative Writing from Texas State University-San Marcos in 13 May 2005”, May 13, 2005
Many stories in The Last Tortilla and Other Stories and Crossing Borders: Personal Essays were first published in these publications. It is arranged chronologically