Lisa Alvarado is a poet, novelist, and performance artist, author of Raw Silk Suture and Sister Chicas. She is an eldest daughter of an eldest daughter of an eldest daughter, a word-slinging hired gun who carries bendiciones, bruchas and be-bop in her heart.
Evette Cardona and Amigas Latinas — a woman who's opened doors in more than one community and an organization that celebrates Latinas who love women.
Victorine Meurent, more than Manet's model, more than odalisque. Artist, creator, a woman trapped not by her failings, but history.
Luis Rodriguez is building community one word at at time, one heart at a time, one life at a time.
Tianguis, Irasema Gonzalez, and Proyecto Latina — helping Latina writers and artists blossom and thrive.
Raúl Niño writes about real men, men who let themselves be rescued by love and family, in a small jewel of a chapbook.
James Ellroy dives into the darkest of places: his mother's life and his own past.
My mother is gone, but always with me, beautiful forever in my mind's eye.
The Virgin of Guadalupe is celebrated in this series of essays that reveals She is much more than the Mother of Us All.
What does it mean to be alive? To be aware? Antonio Damasio searches for the answer deep in our dura mater.
Ana Mendieta seizes the body and ritual, putting flesh on the bones of performance art.