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
In recognition of National Poetry here is a poem I written in 2018 in commemoration of the first African American woman president at my alma mater in Chicago, NEIU. I had the distinct honor to read it at her inauguration ceremony. Enjoy! These Times I In these times, you and I share, amidst the air you and I breathe, inspiration we take from day to day thriving, opposition we meet, the sacred conch…Continue reading
We are entering Spring Equinox. The world is on alert and populations are challenged as never before. As a Chicana/mexicana-indigena I grew up and have always had limpias as part of our lives. We do all kinds of limpias–sweeping with a huevo, usamos hierbas y aquas preparadas, baños. Friday is a good day for a limpia. You don’t have to find a curandera, santera, or modern bruxa/os. If you’d like a recommendation on how to…Continue reading
I will be in Spain this year accepting a residency.It will be brief and near Madrid. If you teach my work or on a related theme (Feminist Studies, gender, Latin/Latino lit, Chicana, Xicanx, etc.) in Spain and would like to contact me when I am in the country, email please at email@example.com. Será breve y cerca de Madrid. Si a caso eres profesor y trabajas con los temas de mis libros y quieres comunicarte…Continue reading