Luis Alberto Urrea

poet, novelist and essayist

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Mexican American poet, novelist, and essayist

Luis Alberto Urrea on KCRW

The border between poetry and fiction is dismantled when the poet/author is Luis Alberto Urrea.

Luis Alberto Urrea: Tijuana Book of the Dead, and The Water Museum

The border between poetry and fiction is dismantled when the poet/author is Luis Alberto Urrea.

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Luis Alberto Urrea, Part Two

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Luis Alberto Urrea: The Hummingbird's Daughter and Queen of America

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