In her latest collection of poems, ‘Donde la luz es violet,’ Xánath Caraza takes us with her as she explores the inner and outer landscapes of Italy.
Most immigrants and their children are under the impression that this isn’t their country, and that they should keep quiet and observe.
Did you ever realize?
What Dia de los Reyes means to a Latino atheist.
Man/Woman/X is born free, and everywhere his/her/their language is in chains.
Reading Latino literature, you’d think everyone either lives in a shack in the desert or a bohío in the jungle and that there are dirt roads everywhere, zero medical clinics, and zero schools or universities.
“This site isn’t for you but for me, and any serious person who wishes to join me in a lot of self-exploration.”
This is gritty journalism.