Francisco Cantú is a writer, translator, and author of The Line Becomes a River, winner of the 2018 Los Angeles Times Book Prize and a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award in nonfiction. A former Fulbright Fellow, he has been the recipient of a Pushcart Prize, a Whiting Award, and an Art for Justice Fellowship. His writing and translations have been featured in The New Yorker, Best American Essays, Granta, and VQR, as well as on This American Life. A lifelong resident of the Southwest, he now lives in Tucson and coordinates the Field Studies in Writing program at the University of Arizona, a residency that fosters work at the intersection of border justice and environmental issues.
Francisco Cantú Answers the Orion Questionnaire
In which we get to know our favorite writers better by exploring the sacred and mundane. Francisco Cantú is a writer and translator fascinated by borderlands, a former Fulbright Fellow, recipient Continue reading