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Sergio Troncoso

Sergio Troncoso

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Angie Luna by Sergio Troncoso


Sergio Troncoso is the critically acclaimed author of The Last Tortilla and Other Stories, which won the Premio Aztlán and the Southwest Book Award, and The Nature of Truth, a novel about righteousness and evil, Yale and the Holocaust.

Sergio Troncoso's stories have been featured in The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature (W.W. Norton), Latino Boom: An Anthology of U. S. Latino Literature (Pearson/Longman Publishing), Once Upon a Cuento (Curbstone Press), City Wilds: Stories and Essays about Urban Nature (University of Georgia Press), Revista Tierra Adentro: Cuentario (Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes: Mexico City), and New World: Young Latino Writers (Dell Publishing).

He graduated from Harvard College, and studied international relations and philosophy at Yale University, where he teaches a fiction writing workshop during the summer. He won a Fulbright scholarship to Mexico and was inducted into the Hispanic Scholarship Fund's Alumni Hall of Fame. Sergio Troncoso is a member of PEN, and also serves on the board of directors of the Hudson Valley Writers' Center in New York.

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