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A Poem About Writing PoemsApril 30, 2021
The blank page taunts me, Yet here I am, about to try again For the thirtieth, fortieth, One hundredth time. And now…
The Fisherman’s DaughterMarch 26, 2021
I met her in wintertime. At least, it was wintertime back home —my friend Joshua’s Instagram was overflowing with pretty pictures of him and his…
“Incendiary”: A Story of Rebellion and RedemptionOctober 16, 2020
AUSTIN, Tx.—“Incendiary” by Zoraida Córdova is electric, powerful, inspiring and full of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat….
The Texicana Mamas Create a Roadmap for LatinasSeptember 18, 2020
AUSTIN, Tx.—You can’t have a Zoom call without a few technical difficulties, right? Stephanie Urbina Jones and Patricia Vonne texted the meeting link to their…
A Student’s POV: In-Person School Amid a PandemicAugust 11, 2020
EL PASO, Tx.—In the summer of 2019 I was having fun, traveling and getting ready to return back to school. Now in the summer of…
“Woven in Moonlight” —Magic, Romance and RevoluciónAugust 6, 2020
AUSTIN, Tx.—In Isabel Ibañez’s debut novel, “Woven in Moonlight,” she weaves a magical story about friendship, romance, rebellion and finding yourself. She uses Bolivian history,…
“Clap When You Land” a Story of DiscoveryJune 26, 2020
“Clap When You Land,” Elizabeth Acevedo’s latest novel-in-verse explores two identities, one in the Dominican Republic and one in New York City, and what it…