Be Wary of Scammers September 13, 2023 – Posted in: Blog, Poetry
If you see this following email online, it does NOT belong to me.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qWUy6-VAeJ65npN7CDsHgL5xHqGCE9qM/view?fbclid=IwAR3bbpvN3O8Ddwd2ixhR-7Zt5YtbfMH9ihBJ2mM69IhehA_THkMeT4dryiU Without historical context, written poetry may be underestimated as a revolutionary tool. Even so, if poetry has not been your inspiration, reading–fiction, non-fiction and lengthy analytical articles (i.e. not Google 2 1/2 themes) might just…’blow your mind’ into joining a productive community effort.Continue reading
Kirkus! “A Grand Dame of Chicana literature!” ¡Sí, señor!Continue reading
Belated new year to my readers: The year starts with two nice heads up: Ms. & the interview with Allium in my hometown, Chicago featuring my very early work and start as a feminist-described poet, writer, thinker & translator.Continue reading
The galleys for the forthcoming new work are ready and going out as this is written. DOñA CLEANWELL LEAVES HOME: Stories written post-COVID. Yes, I’m back to writing & so grateful for this new team in New York (wo)manning the launch. My lit agent, editor & publisher & in-house publicist–fabulous & fierce! I’m in good hands.Continue reading
I received an early Xmas gift this year.
It’s this song composed for a class project. I’m thankful to the professor who assigned my book. Motherhood, mothering, being a mother…what can I add that hasn’t been said?Continue reading
I’m very much blessed the art is moving out there but even more so that coming in 2023, I’ll have gallery representation. Representation for an artist and/or writer frees us up to continue our work. I end this year starting a new novel for HarperVia, Isabel 2121.Continue reading