The following selection is not in any way meant to be exhaustive, but rather: a place to start, where Latino poetry (and her allies) is concerned:
The Acentos Foundation
The Acentos Foundation is a Bronx, New York-based organization fostering audiences for poetry through the discussion, promotion, teaching, performance, and publication of poetry by Latino and Latina writers.
Inspired by the culturally-rooted visions of Cave Canem and Kundiman, CantoMundo seeks to create a space where Latina/o poets can: 1. nurture and enhance their poetics; 2. lecture and learn about aspects of Latina/o poetics currently not being discussed by the mainstream poetry publishers and critics; and 3. network with peer poets to enrich and further disseminate Latina/o poetry.
A Chicano/Latino Writers' Collective that hosts the premier off-site gathering of Chicano/Latino poets and writers at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) Annual Conference. Con Tinta also bestows an annual award upon a writer or writers who have made an indelible contribution to the Chicano/Latino literary community.
The Guild Complex
A community-based literary organization in Chicago, the Guild is home of PALABRA PURA, a national monthly reading series featuring emerging Latino and Latina poets promoting their new books.
The literary program of the Institute for Latino Studies at the University of Notre Dame, Letras Latinas seeks to enhance the visibility, appreciation and study of Latino literature, with particular emphasis on emerging voices. It is home of the Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize and the forthcoming Letras Latinas/Red Hen Poetry Prize.
Latino Writers Collective (LWC)
Based in Kansas City, MO, the Latino Writers Collective seeks to raise awareness of the fine literary art being written and published in the nation's heartland.
Macondo Writers' Workshop
An association of socially-engaged writers united to advance creativity, foster generosity, and honor community.
National Hispanic Cultural Center
Located in New Mexico, the NHCC is home of the annual Latino Writers Conference.
Nuyorican Poets Café
"The Nuyorican presents groundbreaking works of literature, music, theater, performance art, poetry slam, hip hop, visual art and champions established as well as rising artists from every background imaginable."
Tia Chucha's Centro Cultural
Tia Chucha's Centro Cultural and Bookstore is a dream of community empowerment. It is also the home of the legendary Tia Chucha Press, in operation now for over twenty years.
Blogs and Presses
Chicana, Chicano, Latina, Latino, & more. Literature, Writers, Children's Literature, News, Views & Reviews. Also, a clearinghouse portal to the websites of Chican@/Latin@ poets and writers and other related links.
Camino del Sol series at University of Arizona Press
Since 1994, the Camino del Sol series has been one of the premier vehicles for Latina/o literary voices. Launched under the auspices of Chiana/o luminary Ray Gonzalez, it quickly established itself in both the Latina/o community and the publishing world as it garnered awards for its outstanding writing.
Letras Latinas Blog
The weblog of the literary program of the Institute for Latino Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
Bilingual Review Press
Since its founding in 1973, Bilingual Review Press has been committed to publishing high- quality writing by both established and emering writers. BRP is also home of the Canto Cosas poetry series.
March Abrazo Press
March Abrazo Press, an independent small press publisher, has promoted literature by and about Latinos and Native Americans for more than 25 years.
California based publisher Calaca Press, which describes itself as "a Chicano family-owned small publishing house dedicated to publishing and producing unknown, emerging, and established progressive Chicano and Latino voices."
The Cypher Book Collection, a continuing series of important and necessary poetry, is dedicated to gathering the most cutting edge poets from around the world and publishing them.
Named after the volcano in Nicaragua, Momotombo Press publishes new works in Latino literature in the chapbook format.
Arte Público Press
Arte Público Press is the nation's largest and most established publisher of contemporary and recovery literature by U.S. Hispanic authors.
The Acentos Review
PALABRA: A Magazine of Chicano & Latino Literary Art
The Packinghouse Review
Puerto del Sol
The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature (W.W. Norton & Company, 2011)
Camino del Sol: 15 of Latina and Latino Writing (University of Arizona Press, 2010)
The Wind Shifts: New Latino Poetry (University of Arizona Press, 2007)
Recent collections by Latino and Latina poets
"2010: A Year in Poetry" @ Letras Latinas Blog