BorderSenses Literary and Arts Journal, an interview

BorderSenses is an innovative literary journal based out of my hometown of El Paso, Texas. The BorderSenses organization is also infusing the borderland with important literary projects such as writing workshops for migrant workers and area teens. Following their 20th issue last year, 2015 is proving to be another exciting year for them as they have a new … Continue reading


AWP / Latin@ writing / poetry / Uncategorized / writing

The emotional infrastructure of the world

Over 13,000 people attended AWP in Seattle, WA last week making it the largest AWP conference yet. Even in this sea of writers, it’s easy to feel lost, even alone, and without anchor. I attended eight panels over the course of three days; these were panels that didn’t alienate, panels where panelists were respectful and … Continue reading