Contributors to this volume also come from Amazonian cities such as Iquitos in Peru and Leticia in Colombia as well as from the Andean cities of Quito and La Paz and the English-speaking country of Guyana. These poems, stories, and passages from novels include traditional themes of the indigenous groups, many dealing with their threatened survival and the relationship of humans to nature.
Nicomedes Suarez-Arauz, director of the Center for Amazonian Literature and Culture at Smith College, is the author or editor of eleven books and a contributor to many literary anthologies, among them El Coro: A Chorus of Latino and Latina Poetry.
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