Poem in Imaniman anthology

My poem “Braided Soul” will appear in IMANIMAN: Poets Reflect on Transformative & Transgressive Borders Through Gloria Anzaldúa’s Work, edited by Ire’ne Lara Silva and Dan Vera, coming November 2016 from Aunt Lute Books.  

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A Kingdom Beneath the Waves now available

On April 19th, Garza Twins #2 officially hit shelves. Be sure to pick up a hardcover or ebook from your preferred purveyor of literature!  

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Preorder Garza Twins #2

IFWG Publishing is now accepting preorders for A Kingdom Beneath the Waves in both hardcover and ebook format. There is also a great deal on books 1 and 2 in hardcover, which can be ordered as a bundle for the low price of just $29.99!  

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Translations to appear in Asymptote

I was pleased to learn that my translations of songs V and VI of the Aztec codex Cantares Mexicanos will be published in an upcoming number of the journal Asymptote.    

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CFIII: Bringing down the Witch

The online version of CREATURE FEATURE III: Bringing Down the Witch is now available at www.themonitor.com.  

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“The Boo Hag” to be published in Stupefying Stories

My story “The Boo Hag” has just been accepted for publication by Stupefying Stories. Horror in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. I think you’ll enjoy it.  

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Poem accepted for upcoming BorderSenses

My poem “Border Folk” will be appearing in the next issue of BorderSenses.  

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Poems in Red River Review

I have two poems in the August 2015 edition of Red River Review “Tlacuache, Cornered“ “Losing My Accent“  

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Poem in The Call of the Chupacabra

My narrative poem “Chupacabra Genesis” will appear in The Call of the Chupacabra, Volume I, edited by Juan Manuel Pérez and Malia Pérez with cover art by Yosh Reyez, scheduled for release Fall 2015/Winter 2016.  

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Ghosts of the Rio Grande Valley in 2016

I’m excited to announce that The History Press has hired me to write Ghosts of the Rio Grande Valley, a book on the most famous hauntings from the Texas borderlands. Set for publication in the fall of 2016, the collection will feature photographs and fabulous artwork by José Meléndez. Further…

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