I’m from the land of no apologies of no forgiveness of something you did when you were seven being held against you from set bed times and daily chores: that one load of laundry, empty the trash, sweep the floor nothing in the sink; nothing on the floor perfection A family of Latinas who call … More Daughter Lands Borders
is my newest personal essay up on Rabble Lit. I love this journal and the work they publish. It continually makes me feel like my perspective–my own working class background now has a voice and I appreciate that. I’m glad they wanted a piece on teaching in prison.
If I was in Los Angeles tomorrow, I’d be reading in this. I’m unfortunately not going to be in town. However, if you are in Los Angeles—do yourself a favor and go. You’ll hear some amazing poets that will blow your mind away. Happy to be in the same pages as these poets. An honor … More Leimert Park Anthology
When I first heard of the concept of this journal I was all in immediately. It’s something my work has always had to struggle with. Where do you fit as a literary writer when you’re kind of punk ass at the same time? Can you be academic when you’re throwing out references to children’s literature? … More Rabble Lit & Happy May Day