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    Burn The Wagon: Call For Submissions

               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, […]

On Epiphany

South El Monte Arts Posse continues to post entries on El Monte and South El Monte on the Tropics of Meta website. Today, my entry is featured! I write about Epiphany, my hometown church and school.

You can read the entry here. And check out the other awesome entries from SEMAP!

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  1. My mom and I just read it and enjoyed it very much. The only part she was nit-picky about was that you forgot to mention that you also went to the Extended Day Care at the Mini Center.

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  2. Mia Marie Fonseca

     /  July 10, 2014

    Ms Plummer
    What a beautiful story. I am a Epiphany parent alumni and i do remember your family. We started in 1995 its one of our best experiences. It truly was a family environment. My oldest graduated from Epiphany in 2000 went on to Amat and Cal State Fullerton. She was a dance major but loves to write. I always thank Her teachers and the sisters at Epiphany for being such great role models. She now lives in Australia and writes a blog called Valeri down under. I cant wait to share this one with her. Is there a way i can get this in a hard copy. It’s something i would like to put in my keepsakes. Since you know Ms Gutierrez I’m sure you have enjoyed her Moms delicious tamales! Keep up the great work cant wait to read more.
    Yours Truly,
    Mia Marie Fonseca

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    • Thank you so much for writing, Mia! I’m so glad you enjoyed the piece. There’s no hard copy of the essay, although SEMAP has discussed the possibility of one day publishing all of these in a volume of some kind. For now, you would have to print it out. My book is available in hard copy–you’d just order it from B&N, Amazon, or another online retailer. How cool that your daughter lives in Australia!

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