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Something About Me and My Book:
My first book is The Bridge is Gone - poens
out of print.

My second book, The Elder, a Tribute
available at /paypal
About revered Native American community leader in Central valley named Harry Jack.
Intro by Lillian Valle, translator for Nobel Prize Polish Poet winner, Czeslaw Milosz 1980

My third book Scared - Coming Full Circle

Scared -- Coming Full Circle: A Memoir

My fourth book is Longview Road - Poens

My updated bio:

Monolin “Manny” Moreno, has two published books, the first one is titled The Bridge is Gone, poetry, and the second is a tribute titled, The Elder a Tribute.
Manny’s poems are about growing up in Livingston, where his roots were established in early 1900’s, and about a wide range of topics. His tribute is about the importance of elders in the community, and about two Native American elders in particular. Manny is a Member of the Black Wolf Honor Society Gourd Clan, a member of Native American Church and Sundances yearly in South Dakota. Manny is of Yaqui/Tarascan decent.
Manny has been featured in interviews on Native Voice Tv, Channel Ten, Sacramento and Company, KKUP Radio/Indian Time and Two Roads Production. He has been a speaker at Modesto Junior College and various events. He was nominated for the Pushcart Award in 2011.
Manny has just completed a third book of poetry titled The Sun From Longview Road, yet to be published. He was nominated in 2011 for the prestigious Pushcart Award.

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Posted on April 3, 2012 at 11:00am

Interview by Livingston Chronicle

Native Son and Poet returns to Livingston

Monolin Moreno talks about growing up in the city in a different time . . .

Interview with ‘Manny’ Moreno by Kathy Hibma,

Livingston Chronicle correspondent, Livingston, California; October 15, 2008

Native Californian and poet Monolin “Manny” Moreno, at his Modesto reading in July ’08

Manny signs a copy of his debut collection at Modesto reading in July ’08

A Modesto poetry reading and celebration by… Continue

Posted on September 20, 2009 at 3:10pm

Piece on my book The Bridge Is Gone

The writer who wrote the following piece about mysecond book signing is: Lillian Vallee , a Central Valley poet, award-winning translator, and instructor of English at Modesto Junior College.

Lillian Vallee was the translator for :

Czeslaw Milosz

The Nobel Prize Winner in Literature 1980

Rivers of Birds, Forests of Tules:

Central Valley Nature & Culture in… Continue

Posted on September 20, 2009 at 3:00pm

Intro to my book to get published by Lillian Vallee


One sweltering day in August, while waiting for the green arrow at a stoplight, I see, in the rearview mirror, a tiny wheelchair making its way down the sidewalk to my right. I feel a pang when I realize it is a friend of mine in his seventies; he is clutching a bag and using his feet rather than the wheels to propel himself along. He is diabetic, endures dialysis every other day, yet somehow has found the energy to remove… Continue

Posted on September 20, 2009 at 3:00pm

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