Sunday, August 25, 2019

Interview in Lone Star Literary Life

A new interview in Lone Star Literary Life. Thank you, Michelle Newby Lancaster.

"The family values I learned in Ysleta: work until you are exhausted and get up and do it again the next day; help yourself by being disciplined and honest and good for your word, and then turn around and help others; be proud of your Mexican heritage, but don’t be afraid to change it, to make it better, to morph it into a new “Mexican American” heritage from the border. These are quintessentially the American values of immigrants who have come to the United States from different cultures and different nations."

Lone Star Literary Life: Interview with Sergio Troncoso