“Burning, still” is a video/poem dedicated to Peter Ramos. The poem recounts the removal and relocation of Ramos and his family from their home in El Paso, Texas, as a result of the Chamizal Treaty of 1964. Poem, Illustrations, Animation, & Production by Alana de Hinojosa. Property of SPARC @ UCLA. Advertisements
A series of golden shovel poems written by L.A. poets & inspired by SADE songs.
“The January edition of Poetry@The Epiphany, is proud to celebrate the next wave SoCal writers whose work appears in the current edition or in previous issues. The afternoon tardeada-convivio features Huichazerxs Yago S. Cura, Vanessa Díaz, Nikolai García, Melanie González, Cynthia Guardado, Alana de Hinojosa, Josephine Nericcio and breakout novelist Isabel Quintero.”
I contributed a small quilt square to the larger solidarity quilt project “unstitched states,” a collective response to the 2016 presidential election results. my square, titled “what you already know,” is sewn into the quilt on the bottom left corner. from the “unstitched states” website: As hate acts in communities have escalated around the country, needing […]
My poem “submarine roots” featured in the 12th edition of the Pittsburg-based journal, Pretty Owl Poetry. Visit my poem by clicking here.