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Imaniman: Poets Writing in the Anzaldúan Borderlands

edited by Ire'ne Lara Silva and Dan Vera ; introduction by Juan Felipe Herrera
Format
Book
Published
San Francisco : Aunt Lute Books, [2016]
Language
Text in English and some Spanish
ISBN
9781879960930, 1879960931
Contents
  • Introduction. Anzaldúa lives on: poetry, transformation & flshes into the serpent eye / Juan Felipe Herrera
  • Coaticue / Rodney Gomez.
  • I. Tiamanalli for the netted god / Daniel E. Solís y Martínez
  • Hermana in the sky / Carmen Calatayud.
  • II. everything must be a little wild / ire'ne lara silva
  • Startling illumination of words / Tara Betts
  • One-off / José Antonio Rodríguez
  • Grito for GEA / David Hatfield Sparks.
  • III. Dove / Barbara Jane Reyes
  • this body / Miguel M. Morales
  • Things that are known about the death of Roque Dalton, a revolutionary poet / Cecca Austin Ochoa
  • Cenote dreams, a 21st century utopian fábula / Cordelia Barrera
  • Follow me down, down, down (under skin so brown) / Oswaldo Vargas.
  • IV. from Todavia el valle us una herida abierta = 'transplant' in Aztlán (2015) / Emmy Pérez
  • Anzaldúa as exile and antidote to fatal simplicity / Dan Vera
  • EXILE / Michael Wasson
  • Eclipse in Morristown / Melanie Márquez Adams
  • What's the brown part of you / Tomas Moniz
  • When you insist I'm Mexican, you bring out the Guatemalan in me / Gabriela Ramirez-Chavez
  • White dog, femur shrinking / D.M. Chávez
  • Nepantlando: soy hija de coyote / Inés Hernández-Avila
  • To Mexico City's raging Aztec / Nidia Melissa Bautista
  • Articulating "homeland": a sensuous and political journey / Nadine Saliba
  • Comedy curanderismo / Monica Palacios
  • Black card / Jennine DOC Wright
  • New Mexica meditation / César L. De León
  • secret / Nia Witherspoon.
  • V. Allegory of the rattlesnake / Joe Jiménez
  • Self-portrait according to George W. Bush / toy G. Guzmán
  • Aqui in the Palouse / Veronica Sandoval
  • Water dream at the border / Carmen Calatayud
  • Our hieroglyphics / Juan Morales
  • Keep on crossin' manifesto / Victor Payan
  • Este puño si se ve/Dispatches from barbed wire / Abigail Carl-Klassen.
  • VI. my body is all memory / Sarah A. Chavez
  • Some of us understand the reason for the drought / Rachel McKibbens
  • Inheritance / jo reyes-boitel
  • Mujeres / Adela Najarro
  • Dar a luz / Elsie Rivas Gómez
  • Photograph of "Woman in Red Dress, sunflowers, sitting with blanket" / Lupe Mendez
  • In the fields I walked to where you hummed / T. Sarmina
  • Messenger hornets / Shauna Osborn
  • rearranging the bones / Marie Varghese
  • I went to pray my grandmother's prayer / Allen Baros
  • Xiuhatl (becoming turquoise) / Alexis Pauline Gumbs
  • Translation / Ysabel Y González.
  • VII. At night my body splits and splits / Sarah A. Chavez
  • Nocturne for rattlesnakes and lechuzas / Joe Jiménez
  • Dawson, NM 1913 / Rachel McKibbens
  • Regeneration / Minal Hajratwala
  • form / Miguel M. Morales.
  • VIII. where the wild tongues are / Karla Cordero
  • waters de mi nombre / Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo
  • Cosecha / Pablo Miguel Martínez
  • Spanish ghazal / Barbara Brinson Curiel
  • Gnarly Mexican words Desgranando la lengua / Olga García Echeverría
  • multiplicity of language, thought, and experience / Adela Najarro
  • FAQ / Barbara Jane Reyes
  • Mother tongue / Suzy de Jesus Huerta
  • Braided soul / David Bowles
  • Babel's son / John Fry
  • bringing forth / Kim Shuck.
Description
205 pages ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Technical Details
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