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Lynda teaches a specific way of working that she learned from her teacher, Marilyn Frasca, in the late 1970′s and has used ever since. She says it will work for anyone who has any kind of curiosity about writing or remembering — especially people who have always wanted to write There’s also a short sample [...]
Gathering some stats for the Rio Grande Valley, more for me than for anything else. I’m still combing around for data. It’s presented in a disorganized fashion, sort of the way I think. *In 2011, 2,634 women living in the Lower Rio Grande Valley obtained an abortion. Under the proposed legislation, all of these women [...]
The poems in this tag were written between 2000 – 2007 appeared in zines and places online here and there like little seeds trying to find a home. [display-tag="2000-2007" image_size="thumbnail"]
South Texas Experience Burning mesquite coming in through the windows. It seeps and stays in everything. There is no way to rid yourself of that smell, you both hate it for its lingering presence, and welcome it for its associations. South Texas orange blossoms in March. Nescafe. old spice. Ariel soap and Suavitel. the sound [...]
daughter communities women and children in the canyons amigos de confianza daughter communities social networks server as a source of emotional support and help dispel the loneliness and sense of isolation migrants often feel can this be how social networks via the internet work? Attempt to work? from Shadowed Lives: Undocumented Lives in American Society, [...]
A collection that started out as a 140 character poetry thing then went into nonexistence, questioning roots and trees and where we live and why we live along with some insanity and free thoughts and free advice and advice I don’t take myself. Throw in some talk about zines and the internet and bodies, talk [...]
This semester’s reading this-woah. Bibliography Adelman, Jeremy and Stephen Aron. “From Borderlands to Borders: Empires, Nation-States, and the Peoples in between in North American History.” The American Historical Review 104.3 (1999). Alonzo, Armando C. Tejano Legacy: Rancheros and Settlers in South Texas, 1734-1900. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1998. Anderson, Greta. More Than Petticoats: [...]