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Over on Somos en escrito, I reviewed the new book El Hermano by Carmen Baca about a boy in the 1930s growing up and becoming accepted into the Penitente Brotherhood of Northern New Mexico. http://www.somosenescrito.com/2018/04/los-penitentes-witnesses-to-faith-and.html Here is a link to Carmen … Continue reading
Yet another chapter of my novel, The Ramona Diary of SRD, is out! I say chapter, but vignette is better. Cleh-que here: M’ijo Don’t Dance With No White Devil I’ll post up more into this void later.
https://www.litro.co.uk/2017/09/bifurcated-half-breed/ This publication slinked by me. Some previous editors actually seemed offended and said it seemed angry. Maybe this one is, though I don’t actually write many angry pieces. Re: Half-breed Lives Matter to understand, or perhaps, click on … Continue reading
If you have an interest in my book and wonder what the non-memoir segments might look like (though I am spacey enough to say this didn’t not happen) check out the link to Label Me Latina/o. http://labelmelatin.com/ Direct link … Continue reading
Tiny Donkey is an online magazine that posts “brief essays from fairyland.” The essays are short, odd, and personal. They deal with fairy tales and what they might be telling us. The topics and tales are pretty far ranging. I … Continue reading
This Saturday 8 to 9 pm at the AU Lounge, I will be reading with my writing group at Beast Crawl at an event called Brown People Don’t Read? The title is in reference to what publishers often say to … Continue reading
The Breakwater Review chose my story “How I Drove The New Mexican Death Cart” as a finalist. This story is from the collection I’m working on called Why Me? Myths About Myself. Read it online here: http://www.breakwaterreview.com/single-post/2017/05/06/How-I-Drove-the-New-Mexican-Death-Cart Have a look at … Continue reading