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Margarita Engle (born Los Angeles) is a Cuban American poet, novelist, and journalist. [1] She was a botanist and professor at California State Polytechnic University.[2] Her works appear in Atlanta Review, Bilingual Review, California Quarterly, Caribbean Writer, Hawai'i Pacific Review, and Nimrod. [3] She is married; they have two children and live in Clovis, California. Contents 1 Awards 2 Works 3 References 4 External links // Awards Cintas Fellowship San Diego Book Award 2005 Willow Review Poetry Award. 2009 Pura Belpré Author Award[4][5] 2009 Newbery Honor Works "Archetype"; "Memory"; "Variations on a Theme", Terrain.org Singing to Cuba, Arte Publico Press, 1993, ISBN 9781558850705 Skywriting, Bantam Books, 1995, ISBN 9780553099874 The Poet Slave of Cuba, a Biography of Juan Francisco Manzano (Henry Holt & Co., April, 2006) ISBN 9780805077063 The Surrender Tree (Holt, 2008) ISBN 9780805086744 Tropical Secrets: Holocaust Refugees in Cuba, Macmillan, 2009, ISBN 9780805089363 References ^ http://us.macmillan.com/author/margaritaengle ^ In other words: literature by Latinas of the United States, Roberta Fernández ^ http://www.poetseers.org/submissions/2006/margarita_engle/ ^ http://www.literanista.net/2009/02/margarita-engle-first-latina-recipient.html ^ http://0-www.ala.org.sapl.sat.lib.tx.us/ala/newspresscenter/news/pressreleases2009/january2009/ymabelpre.cfm External links "Q & A with Margarita Engle", Publishers Weekly, Aida Bardales, 4/16/2009 "Margarita Engle's Historic Newbery Honor", School Library Journal, Debra Lau Whelan, 3/4/2009