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Sergio Troncoso


Sergio Troncoso




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Angie Luna by Sergio Troncoso


Biography:

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.



 
Visit this author's homepage at http://www.sergiotroncoso.com