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Party Like It’s 1898! September 23, 2016: The day Prince died I had just arrived in San Francisco (fashionably late, of course) for Kuwentuhan (Talkstory), a project conceived and curated by the poet Barbara Jane Reyes, who co-produced it [...] by

Interview with Javier O. Huerta July 11, 2012: Javier O. Huerta took part in this interview with Lauro Vazquez on the Letras Latinas blog. Here he speaks about the role humor plays in his work: LV: “Que le dice un guante a otro guante? …. I [...] by

Hunger April 5, 2012: It’s been one of those weeks when, uncharacteristically, I’m affected by the negativity of the media. Yes, it’s an election year, so the political pandering to communities that I don’t (and [...] by

“Bookjoy!” April 21, 2011: I’m borrowing poet Pat Mora’s favorite expression, and riffing from Javier Huerta’s list entry, although my list will be shorter and I’ll also add a few words of praise about these, my [...] by

Transnational Poetics: Some Thoughts April 4, 2010: What up, Harrieteers, I wanted to say a few things about a recent Transnational Poetics panel in which I recently participated at UC Berkeley with fellow author and blogger, Javier O. Huerta, as well [...] by