Episode 23 – Burning

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Hector chats with Anonymous BCuz, a rapper and the author of Burn, an account of the ten years she says she was the target and victim of a slavery cult in Hector’s home town. Topics include: sexuality and sexual assault, religion and faith, women and misogyny, mental health, poetry, and rap music.

You can pick up a copy of the book here.

Hector is the editor and publisher of Enclave. A Chicago writer now floating on the edge of Las Vegas, he is the former deputy editor for Latino Rebels, as well as the former managing editor for Gozamos, a Latino "artivist" site based in his home town. He has contributed to RedEye, a Chicago daily geared toward millennials, and La Respuesta, a New York-based site for the Puerto Rican Diaspora, plus a number of publications, including the Huffington Post. He studied history at the University of Illinois-Chicago, where his focus was on ethnic relations in the United States.

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