Thursday, December 6, 2012
CHICANONAUTICA LOOKS BACK AT THE DARK AGES OF LATINO WRITING
In response to the question “Is this a Golden Age for Latino writers?” Chicaonautica, over at La Bloga looks back at my adventures as a young Latino writer back in the 20th century.
This was a time when most Americanos thought of Chicano culture in terms of Cheech and Chong:
And the ol' Brown Buffalo, Oscar Zeta Acosta, AKA “Dr. Gonzo” was stomping the terra:
South of the Border, René Cardona was commitng some of the most outrageous acts of cinema ever. This one has nudity, fake gore, and real heart transplant footage:
And let's take the opportunity to pay tribute to the great Spain Rodriguez, who died recently: