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Remembering the Self-Taught Mexican Scholar, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz

Juana Ramírez de Asbaje, also known as Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, "The Tenth Muse," "The Phoenix of America," or the "Mexican Phoenix"...

Yesika Salgado’s Book of Poems ‘Hermosa’ is All the Inspo You...

For a bibliophile, fall might be the synonym of cozy nights reading amazing books, while drinking a pumpkin spice latte, or even wine, and...

‘Knots,’ a Poem by Sawhney

We’re all human, aren’t we? Anger is a natural part of the human experience, and I am no stranger to that feeling. In this...

‘Planting Seeds,’ a Poem by Sawhney

The poem comes from recognizing that I need to grow! I needed to remind myself that growth is not a one-time thing, but an...

‘A Lovely Meal,’ a Poem by Sawhney

This poem came from a place of detachment. What you see is a rewrite of a short, 10-line poem I originally wrote. I liked...

Up Close and Personal with Our New Resident Poet: Jennifer Sawhney

Jennifer Sawhney is talented, beautiful and full of youth. Her first published book, Lemons, is full of her poems that are deeply personal and...

‘Cobweb Home,’ a Poem by Sawhney

This poem comes from a place of contemplation and wondering why I’ve put up cobwebs, or road blocks in my own life. Some may...

‘Silent Joy,’ a Poem by Sawhney

I wrote this poem to contemplate and acknowledge the small accomplishments I achieved through my own labors. I have encountered people who I love...

The Liberational Musings of Poet Mónica Teresa Ortiz

From her home in Austin, Texas, Mónica Teresa Ortiz writes prose that sounds like poetry and poetry that looks like prose. A first generation...

Never Mind Awards Season – Let’s Bring Back the Glory of...

I bet you know who took home the Oscar for Best Picture this year, even if you didn’t watch the awards ceremony or watch...

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