Me No Habla With Acento
This anthology of contemporary Latino poetry celebrates the rich mosaic of a major arts movement within the United States featuring…
Poems from Emanuel Xavier
Emanuel Xavier’s If Jesus Were Gay & other poems pulls no punches and is brutally frank about his views on sexuality, politics, and religion. Yet as deeply personal as these poems are, they are universal enough to move any reader. Both sacred and profane, it is a compelling and confessional collection from a daring and ambitious voice in contemporary poetry.
—Steven G. Fullwood, The Magician’s Assistant’s Dilemma
—Cheryl Boyce-Taylor, poet and author of Convincing the Body
—Tim Miller, performer and author of Body Blows and 1001 Beds