Table of contents for The wind shifts : new Latino poetry / edited by Francisco Aragãaon ; foreword by Juan Felipe Herrera.

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Foreword by Juan Felipe Herrera	000
Preface	000
Introduction	000
Rosa Alcal 
	Cante Grande	000
	The Silversmith's Wife & the Chestnut Vendor	000
	Migration	000
	Class	000
	The Sixth Avenue Go-Go Lounge	000
	Patria	000
Francisco Aragón
	Café Central	000
	Lunch Break	000
	Bridge over Strawberry Creek	000
	Ernesto Cardenal in Berkeley	000
	Poem with Citations from the O.E.D.	000
	Portrait with Lines of Montale	000
	Grid	000
	Far Away	000
	Al Viejo Mundo	000
Naomi Ayala
	Papo, Who'd Wanted to Be an Artist	000
	It Was Late and She Was Climbing	000
	This Breathless Minute	000
	My Brother Pito	000
	For "S"	000
	Hole	000
	Within Me	000
	Thus	000
	Griot	000
	Horses	000
Richard Blanco
	Mother Picking Produce	000
	Shaving	000
	Varadero en Alba	000
	Chilo's Daughters Sing for Me in Cuba	000
	What Is Not Mine	000
	Crossing Boston Harbor	000
	Mexican Almuerzo in New England	000
	Time as Art in The Eternal City	000
	In Defense of Livorno	000
	Somewhere to Paris	000
Brenda C rdenas
	Empty Spaces	000
	Report from the Temple of Confessions in Old Chicano English	000
	Cartoon Coyote Goes Po-Mo	000
	from Sound Waves: A Series	000
	Medicine	000
	Our Language	000
	Song	000
Albino Carrillo
	De las Mujeres Tristes	000
	Animal Time	000
	La Invención del Televisor Según Huitzilopochtli	000
	H. Writes His Dead Amigos for the Sake of Clarity	000
	Lament for the chilero from Las Cruces	000
Steven Cordova
	Testing Positive	000
	Sissy Boy	000
	Across a Table	000
	Meditations on the Jordaan	000
	Daydream to You	000
	In Your Defense	000
	Pecking Orders	000
	Of Sorts	000
	At the Delacourt	000
	Driving toward Lake Superior	000
Eduardo C. Corral
	Night Gives to Things the Turning Beauty of Leaves	000
	Ditat Deus	000
	There Is a Light that Never Goes Out	000
	Pear	000
	To a Mojado Who Died Crossing the Desert	000
	Monologue of a Vulture's Shadow	000
	Midnight Coffee: Rafael Rodriguez Rapún, 1936	000
	Julio Galan: Misael: Oil, Acrylic, Mixed Media on Canvas, 2001	000
	Poem after Frida Kahlo's Painting The Broken Column	000
David Dominguez
	Pig	000
	Fingers	000
	Mexicali	000
	Empty Lot	000
	Framework	000
	Roof	000
	Chicago Title	000
	Cowboy	000
	Elwood	000
John Olivares Espinoza
	Aching Knees in Palm Springs	000
	Contemporary American Hunger	000
	Learning Economics at Gemco	000
	Las Cucarachas	000
	The City of Date Fruits and Bullet Wounds	000
The Story My Grandfather Told My Mother a Few Months before His Death
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	I Go Dreaming, Raking Leaves	000
	Network of Bone	000
Gina Franco
	Everything Goes Down a Changeling	000
	Darkling	000
	Velvet	000
	These Years, in the Deepest Holes	000
	The Walk Like Old Habits	000
	The Earth Without	000
Venessa Maria Engel-Fuentes
	Cebolla	000
	Como Park, 1975	000
	Hermanita, Hermanota	000
	Unit 502	000
	Glass Grapes	000
	Record-Keeping	000
	Funeral	000
	Pinkie	000
	Insomnia	000
Kevin A. Gonz lez
	The Night Tito Trinidad KO'ed Fernando Vargas	000
	Cultural Stakes; or, How to Learn English as a Second Language	000
	Cultural Stud	000
	The Night Bernard Hopkins KO'ed Tito Trinidad	000
	To Roberto Clemente	000
	Cultural Silence; or, How to Survive the Last American Colony	000
David Hernandez
	Dysfunctional	000
	Exploded View	000
	Wile E. Coyote Attains Nirvana	000
	Dog with Elizabethan Collar	000
	Ropes	000
	Suburban Story	000
	Whitman Dying	000
	St. Mary's Hospital	000
	Man on an Island	000
	Dear Spanish	000
Scott Inguito
	Guadalupe Beach	000
	Main Street	000
	Papa George	000
	Parade	000
	Bats Trace Their Droppings Painting Words	000
I Have Been Resisting, Due to Bad Knees, 'Falling into the Work of the 
Living'	000
Sheryl Luna
	Her Back, My Bridge	000
	Slow Dancing with Frank Pérez	000
	Learning to Speak	000
	Two Girls from Juarez	000
	Poesía de Maquiladora	000
	Pity the Drowned Horses	000
	An Atheist Learns to Pray	000
	The Colt	000
Carl Marcum
	We Drove Some Chevys	000
	Barrio Brisbane Gives Witness	000
	First Snow	000
	Notes from the Art Institute	000
María Meléndez
	Remedio	000
	In Biruté's Camp	000
	Nude Sonnet	000
	Tonacacihuatl: Lady of Our Flesh	000
	An Illustrated Guide to Things Unseen	000
	A Secret Between Lady Poets	000
	Has it been whispered all along?	000
Carolina Monsivais
	Writing the Circle of My Life by Remembering My Great-Grandmother	000
	What I Remember about Almost Drowning in a Lake Somewhere in Kentucky
	000
	Early Signs	000
	How the Eye Works	000
	Phone Intake	000
	The Interpreter	000
	Granada	000
	Seasons of Writing	000
	From Houston Back to El Paso	000
	The Funeral	000
Adela Najarro
	San Francisco	000
	My Mother, Sex, and Dating	000
	Throughout New York City	000
	Between Two Languages	000
	Playing around César Vallejo	000
	My Mother's High Heel Shoes	000
Urayo n Noel
	Ballade of a Boy	000
	Kool Logic	000
	Barrio Speedwagon Blues	000
	Death and Taxes	000
	Cave Painter Blues	000
Deborah Parédez
	Stella	000
	Mobile, Alabama, 1963	000
	The Gift, Uruguay, 1970	000
	Sonnet for Rilke in February	000
	The Fire	000
	The Trumpets Raised	000
	Avocados	000
	The Early March	000
	Nóstos	000
Emmy Pérez
	Solstice	000
	Irrigation	000
	When Evening Becomes Stellar	000
	One Morning	000
	Swimming	000
	La Aurora	000
	Ars Poetica	000
	History of Silence	000
Paul Martínez Pompa
	How to Hear Chicago	000
	After Words	000
	Busted Lullaby	000
	3 Little Pigs	000
	Police Dog	000
	Night	000
	Want	000
	Bones	000
	While Late Capitalism	000
	Nightshift	000
Lidia Torres
	Three Keys	000
	Visiting the Dead	000
	Listening for Her	000
	Two Guavas	000
	A Weakness for Boleros	000
	Daphne as a Drum	000
	Spirit Boat	000
	Adrift	000
	Poema en un carro público	000
	Blackout	000
About the Contributors	000
Further Reading	000
Acknowledgments	000
Source Notes	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American poetry -- Hispanic American authors.
Hispanic Americans -- Poetry.