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               Burn the Wagon Chapbook Series Our city’s official logo proudly proclaims El Monte’s place at the “end of the Santa Fe Trail.” The white covered wagon at the center of the logo places white Americans as El Monte’s “pioneers.” Indigenous people that occupied these lands before and the Mexican, Latino, […]

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Greenlight Bookstore reading

It was a wonderful reading last night, filled with talk of cauldrons, Spanish-speaking relatives, and palm trees! The night was particularly special because I got to read with my author Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa, who I first met years ago at a bookmaking class in East Harlem.  It was made even more special because I got to meet Lyn Di Iorio, a very talented author with a fun spirit and great sense of style.

Many thanks to Tracey Y. Smith of More Than Words, who set up this reading and who knew all our work so intimately. And thanks to this beautiful bookstore that adds so much to Fort Greene.

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