John Phillip Santos Audio Books

John Phillip Santos Audio Books

John Phillip Santos, born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, is the first Mexican American Rhodes Scholar whose awards include the Academy of American Poets’ Prize at Notre Dame and the Oxford Prize for fiction. His articles on Latino culture have appeared in the Los Angeles Times,New York Times, and the San Antonio Express-News. Writer and producer of more than forty television documentaries for CBS and PBS, two of them Emmy nominees, he lives in New York City.

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