Tag: Sarah Cortez
* new collection released!!!
I’m happy to announce that my new collection Everything We Think We Hear is officially available on Amazon! As I’ve mentioned here, this project brings the prose poem and flash fiction structure of my chapbook Reasons (not) to Dance and takes it in a more personal direction, adds a little more guacamole and South Texas to my usual…
* meeting at the Café San Martín
I came across this week’s poem – “Café San Martín” by Agustín Cadena – while reading through the anthology Goodbye Mexico: Poems of Remembrance. I find in the lyric a subtly profound meditation on the past, or rather the past we live with in our memories which is always juxtaposed against the ever-changing the present. This being the…
* new anthology: Goodbye, Mexico
We Are Of A Tribe – Alberto Rios We plant seeds in the ground and dreams in the sky, Hoping that, someday, the roots of one Will meet the upstretched limbs of the other. It has not happened yet. Still, Together, we nod unafraid of strangers. Inside us, we know something about each other: We…