Fred Arroyo

Fred Arroyo is the author of Western Avenue and Other Fictions and The Region of Lost Names: A Novel. A recipient of an Individual Artist Program Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission, Arroyo’s fiction is a part of the Library of Congress series Spotlight on U.S. Hispanic Writers. Arroyo’s writing is also included in Camino del Sol: Fifteen Years of Latina and Latino Writing and The Colors of Nature: Essays on Culture, Identity and the Natural World. In the past decade Arroyo has driven considerable miles along the northern border of the United States, particularly in Ontario, Quebec, and the maritime regions, where he’s camped, walked, canoed, and fished in a real and imagined North Country that’s influencing a new collection of short stories and a book of poems. Arroyo is an assistant professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University.
The Region of Lost Names The Region of Lost Names
The Region of Lost Names

The Region of Lost Names

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Sown in Earth Sown in Earth
Sown in Earth

Sown in Earth

Essays of Memory and Belonging

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Western Avenue and Other Fictions Western Avenue and Other Fictions
Western Avenue and Other Fictions

Western Avenue and Other Fictions

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