Camino del Sol
As one of the first publishers to spotlight poetry, fiction, and essays from both emerging and established voices in Latinx literature, the University of Arizona Press and its critically acclaimed Camino del Sol series have provided a literary home for distinguished writers such as Juan Felipe Herrera, Carmen Giménez Smith, Luis Alberto Urrea, Richard Blanco, Alberto Ríos, Pat Mora, Tim Z. Hernandez, Emmy Pérez, and Francisco X. Alarcón.
Camino del Sol was established in 1994 by writer and poet Ray Gonzalez.
At this time the Press is not accepting unsolicited submissions for the Camino del Sol Latinx Literary Series. Thank you for your interest. We look forward to considering your work at a later date.
When Language Broke Open
An Anthology of Queer and Trans Black Writers of Latin American Descent
Bring Down the Little Birds
On Mothering, Art, Work, and Everything Else
The Last Supper of Chicano Heroes
Selected Works of José Antonio Burciaga
From the Other Side of Night/Del otro lado de la noche
New and Selected Poems