​​​Los Angeles Times: "Rigoberto González lists 23 essential new books by Latino poets: A Crown for Gumecindo"

San Antonio Current: "Getting to Know Texas Poet Laureate, Laurie Ann Guerrero" 

Post No Ills: "A Mother's Blood: A Review of Laurie Ann Guerrero's Montoya Prize-winning Debut, A Tongue in the Mouth of the Dying" 

Indiana Review: "Micro-Review: Laurie Ann Guerrero's A Tongue in the Mouth of the Dying"

Texas Public Radio (June 5, 2014): "Gemini Ink's Paletas y Poesia Celebrates Southside at Mission Drive-In"

San Antonio Express News (May 30, 2014): "Guerrero's Poetry Starts in the Gut"

Bustle (May 2014): "Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Most Life-Changing Works: San Antonio Poet Laureate, Laurie Ann Guerrero"

 Voices de la Luna (April 15, 2014): "Laurie Ann Guerrero, a San Antonio Original"

La Prensa (April 7, 2014): "Laurie Ann Guerrero es la nobrada poetisa de la ciudad"

The Rivard Report (April 2, 2014): "San Antonio's New Poet Laureate: A Southsider Writer Who 'Works with Her Hands'"

Poets & Writers Magazine (Jan/Feb 2014): "Breaking Through the Noise: Our Ninth Annual Look at Debut Poets" 

Buzzfeed (February 2014): 14 Must-Read Works of Chicano Literature

LatinoStories.com: "2014 Top Ten 'New' Latino Authors to Watch (and Read)"

Poetry Foundation /  Harriet Blog: "'I wander lush-lazy to and fro': Five Newish Poetry Collections" by Carmen Gimenez-Smith

Los Angeles Review of Books: "Rigoberto Gonzales on A Tongue in the Mouth of the Dying..."

English Kills Review: "Poets Unfit for Flavorwire: A response and counter-list to their post '23 people who will make you care about poetry in 2013'" by Vincent Toro

Red-Inked Retablos (University of Arizona Press 2013) by Rigoberto Gonzalez: “Andres Montoya: The Ice Worker Still Sings”

Yale Daily News: “Poet Guerrero Discusses Inspiration” by Virgil Blanc, March 2013

Booklist Online: review of A Tongue in the Mouth of the Dying by Diego Baez, Feb 2013

El Placazo: “Poet Laurie Ann Guerrero Wins Prize and Publication” by Patricia Portales, February 2013

Texas Observer: “A Texas Tongue Untied” by Brad Tyer, February 2013

 Notre Dame News: "Notre Dame Announces Winners of Two National Literary Prizes," May 2012 

Letras Latinas Blog: “The Winners Announced” by Francisco Aragon, April 2012

Poetry Foundation / Harriet Blog: “Building Literary Community,” by Rigoberto Gonzalez, April 2012

San Antonio Express News: “Local Female Poet Takes the Road Less Traveled” by O. Ricardo Pimentel, May 2012

La reVista (Northwest Vista College): “Poetry Contest Highlight Faculty Poets and Student Winners” by Natalia Trevino, February 2012

San Antonio Current: “Writers to Watch” by Jennifer Herrera, June 2011

Dead Rats Press: review of “100 Palabras” exhibit at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, by Lyle Rosdahl, January 2011

Grecourt Gate News: “Ada Comstock scholar, Award Winning Poet to Read” by Eric Weld, Nov 2007


INTERVIEWS

KETP-El Paso radio 88.5: "Words on a Wire: Interview with Daniel Chacon and Tim Z. Hernandez" re: A Crown for Gumecindo 

Texas Matters: Laurie Ann Guerrero, San Antonio's Poet Laureate, Talks about her Struggle

Writing on the Air: "Poet Laureate of San Antonio, Laurie Ann Guerrero, talks about the writing process, grief, and sonnets"

Radio Bomba: Underground Notes on San Anto's Cultura: San Antonio's Poet Laureate, Laurie Ann Guerrero 

KOOP Radio-Austin: "Borderlands Issue #40- Laurie Ann Guerrero"

Voices de la Luna: “An Interview with Laurie Ann Guerrero” by Gerard Robledo

KETP-El Paso radio 88.5: "Words on a Wire: Interview with Daniel Chacon and Benjamin Alire Saenz" re  A Tongue in the Mouth of the Dying

Poet’s Quarterly: “The Journey: An Interview with Laurie Ann Guerrero” by Kathi Stafford, Sept 2012

KMBH 88.9 Rio Grande Valley/ KEOS 89.1 College Station, TX: "Corazon Bilingue: Interview with Brenda Nettles Riojas" February 2012






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"It will be painful, if not bloody, and by the end ... (Guerrero's work) will be transformed into sustenance for the body. These poems are crafted out of urgency for consumption."

                                                -Indiana Review

2014-2016 Poet Laureate of San Antonio               2016-2017 Poet Laureate of Texas

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