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Braids

By Jessica Enriquez There’s something nostalgic about braids, braids on small girls’ heads look like  brown wheat heads under the dying  august sunlight when we pretended  to catch fireflies in plastic cups  and we heard the bells  of a paletero […]

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All Your Fears, My Fear

By Jessica Enriquez I’m afraid of You You, and the man who lingers in the highway the hands that reach to tear, scrape  skin and flesh  with nails like claws  not buds sprouting from the grass barely wet in morning […]

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Caravana

By Jessica Enriquez   Oh, my beautiful women of golden blood and earthy face,  your bones have heard  the violence of the strange man    you have thrown your arms  unto clear air vacant and muted  a wasteland of dead […]

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The Cemetery Fox

By Carlota Vasquez “I often find that, for those of us who submerge ourselves in literature  on a daily basis — whether that be by reading it, writing it or both — the images and stories swirling in our head […]

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