2021: A YEAR FOR CLEANING HOUSE January 8, 2021 – Posted in: Blog
In the spirit of upholding beauty to restore our hearts and spirits, I’m thrilled to announce my new forthcoming publication.
MY BOOK OF THE DEAD: NEW POEMSContinue reading
He was a lyrical poet of Mayan dissent who was passionate about the bolero genre. His songs are romantic vignettes. They come from a time where men/women had the public custom-kept their dignity even when hearts were broken…Continue reading
For more than forty years, Chicana author Ana Castillo has produced novels, poems, and critical essays that forge connections between generations; challenge borders around race, gender, and sexuality; and critically engage transnational issues of space, identity, and belonging. Her contributions to Latinx cultural production and to Chicana feminist thought have transcended and contributed to feminist praxis, ethnic literature, and border studies throughout the Americas.Continue reading
[Xicanisma[*] Prophecies Post-2012] Putin’s Puppet
is not Aryan (or a golden-hair-Thor) but through & through as close
to yellow as it gets.
A flim-flam man claiming billions no one sees.
He & the Czar
had a chat at the Ritz,Continue reading
So many years ago I added this book to my library. Neruda was introduced to me by a good friend then, when I told her I had aspirations to become a poet. I don’t know how this title came into my possession but I still have it and consider it an important tool in my own development as a poet and translator. A few years later, I came to know Miguel Algarín, whom I first…Continue reading