- Carmen Boullosa
Carmen Boullosa is a Mexican novelist, poet, essayist, and playwright. A Guggenheim, Cullman, and FONCA fellow, her most recent books are Texas: The Great Theft, and (with Mike Wallace) A Narco History. The NY Public Library owns a collection of her art books. She has taught at NYU, Columbia, CUNY, and Georgetown. Her CUNY TV show, Neuvo York, has won five NY Emmys.
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