For Lam to have achieved the status of unique individual, he would have had to successfully adapt to the conditions of imprisonment (the aesthetic standards of a fixed tradition) Rubin and others both construct and watch over. To enter this prison, which takes the alluring form of museums, art history, textbooks, galleries, and magazines, an… Read More Yau, John “Please Wait by the Coatroom”, “Out There: Marginalization and Contemporary Cultures” (The New Museum of Contemporary Art 1990)
Friday, February 26, 7pm, yours truly has the honor of reading with literary luminaries Candace Eros Diaz, Mary Volmer, and host of the event, Dr. Raina León at Octopus Literary Salon (2101 Webster St #170, Oakland, CA 94612). Please spread the love and share on your favorite social media. Consider inviting your students and… Read More One Week Away! Friday, February 26, 7pm Cleave @ Octopus Literary Salon
Your salonniere has a new personal essay, “The Body is a Promise” about family legacy of love and labor published in BorderSenses, Volume 21. Featuring work both in Spanish and English this issue includes work by great talents such as Leslie Marie Aguilar, Marian Haddad, C.M. Mayo, Lupé Mendez, Maceo Montoya, and Xitlalitl Rodríguez and… Read More New non-fiction published in BorderSenses, Volume 21
Women don’t realize how much store men set on the regularity of their habits. We absorb their comings and goings into our bodies, their rhythms into our bones, our pulse is set to theirs… (2).