“24, next june” in Winter 2017 issue of Kweli Journal. Beginning words below: Advertisements
Published in Issue 5 of Duende. Click on the image above to read in full.
“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.
“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.”
A solidarity quilt project titled “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. Click on the quilt below to visit the “unstitched states” website & an interactive ‘map’ of the larger quilt.
My poem “submarine roots” featured in the 12th edition of the Pittsburg-based journal, Pretty Owl Poetry. Visit my poem by clicking here.