Blessed Easter, Passover & Spring April 3, 2021 – Posted in: Blog
Somehow some of us survive. I rode a killer way gripping a plank.
A new administration. Vaccines arriving to our communities, albeit slowly and for some too late.Continue reading
Sharing Perspective: Ana Castillo Uses Autobiographies to Inspire Students The ZOOM program with Diablo Valley Community College in N. California was both a pleasure and an honor. I appreciate the student writer in the school paper. It isn’t my custom to correct facts in public interviews. But when giving advice to aspiring young writers and students in writing classes, it’s important to get my message right. It’s important but not critical. Still, today, it’s an…Continue reading
Latinos comprise 60% COVID-19 cases in CaliforniaTroubles have recently compounded with devastating fires. At the U.S./Mexican border there remains the disgraceful detention of brown children separated from parents who legally sought asylum. We send our hopes for continued surviving and thriving to all in that wonderful state.Continue reading
We’ve reprised La Tolteca Zine (2011-2016) and sped up the turn around–every two weeks readers may come here to take a gander at a new issue. We feature new and unpracticed creatives, emerging artists, poets & the established, los/as maestro/as. Tomorrow Issue #4 introduces Chicago creative Guadalupe Chairez, poets & writers & a testimonio on curanderismo. If you’d like to share your story, selfies, send to email@example.com for consideration. Issue #5 coming up September…Continue reading