Bernice B. Ortiz Zamora (born 1938) is a Chicana poet, "one of the preeminent poets to emerge from the Chicano movement of the 1960s and 1970s". She received a B.A. from Southern Colorado State College and, in 1986, her Ph.D. from Stanford University. Her first collection of poetry, Restless Serpents, was jointly published in 1979 with José Antonio Burciaga. She has taught at Santa Clara University since 1990.
- Restless Serpents (1979)
- Releasing Serpents (1994)
- Bellow (1997)
- Recalling Richard (1997)
- "Contraries" (1998)
- "Glint" (1998)
- "Silence at Bay," in Máscaras (1997)
- Ruiz, Vicki L.; Sanchez Korroll, Virginia, eds. (2006), "Zamora, Bernice B. Ortiz (1938-)", Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, Indiana University Press, pp. 818–819, ISBN 978-0-253-34680-3
- Cheuse, Alan (October 11, 1981). "The Voice of the Chicano". The New York Times.
- "Voices from the Gaps: Bernice Zamora". University of Minnesota. Retrieved June 16, 2012.
- Works by or about Bernice Zamora in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Bernice Zamora at the University of Minnesota
- Juanita Luna Lawhn, Bernice Zamora - Instructors' Guide
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