Strange Texas Tales That Never Die

In September of 2014, Overlooked Books released a series of illustrated, bilingual readers for young people. Titled Strange Texas Tales That Must Not Die, the series features twelve tales that I have penned: The Black Dog of Driscoll The Devil at the Disco The Hitchhiker of Highway 281 Storyteller A Mermaid in…

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Poem in Goodbye, Mexico

I am excited to learn that my poem “Por la libre” will be published in the anthology Goodbye, Mexico: Poems of Remembrance that the wonderful Sarah Cortez is editing for Texas Review Press. I can’t wait to read the other pieces in what is sure to be an amazing collection.…

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Featured Poet for Upcoming Red River Review

I am delighted and honored to have been selected feature poet for the August edition of the Red River Review (edited by the very cool Alan Gann), in which several of my poems will appear: “taming,” “kill the muse,” “Palimpsest Soul,” “Lovely Little Thing,” “Tzompantli,” “The Paradoxical Axiom,” “Weathered and…

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Oaxacan Flânerie to Be Published

I am pleased to announce that my poetry cycle Oaxacan Flânerie has been accepted for publication in the upcoming edition of the Langdon Review of the Arts in Texas.  

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2015 Texas Poetry Calendar

My poem “The Ghost of the Moon” has been accepted for publication in the 2015 Texas Poetry Calendar (from the great Dos Gatos Press).  

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