Patricia Preciado Martin, a Tucson native and renowned author and oral historian known for contributing to Chicana/o literature narrating the cultural heritage and rich love of Southern Arizona. Her work has been internationally recognized and she is the recipient of multiple awards including the Virginia McCormick Scully Award for the best work of fiction by a Latina in its first year of publication in 1983.
Amongst many interviews I conducted this last semester, Patricia was one of my favorites. Her interview was published in the Superstition Review, Arizona State University’s online literary magazine. You can find it in Issue 25 by clicking here.