Arlene Biala, “hey, america,” “this is the taste of memory.”
Rose Theresa Booker, “Bakunawa.”
Amalia B. Bueno, “At Cebu Pool Hall,” “#61354218, C. Mendoza.”
Rachelle Cruz, “Embroidery,” “Instead of the moon, coupons.”
Rachel Ronquillo Gray, “Recess,” “The Muse Torches Corporate America.”
Jaime Jacinto, “World’s Fair, St. Louis, 1904.”
Michelle Peñaloza, “The Morning After the Election I Called My Mother,” “FORMER POSSESSIONS OF THE SPANISH EMPIRE / OR WHY MY LAST NAME IS PEÑALOZA.”
Barbara Jane Reyes, “Wisdom’s Rebuke.”
Tony Robles, “Water Protector,” “Building the Wall.”
Aimee Suzara, “Because Water is Life,” “water cure: a telegram to 1901 from the future.”
My books and chapbooks have been adopted for courses in American Literature, American Studies, Asian American Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Creative Writing, at the University of California (Berkeley), University of California (Santa Barbara), University of California (Santa Cruz), University of California (Riverside), University of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, Sonoma State University, CSU Sacramento, California College of the Arts, Ohio State University, University of Kansas, Western Washington University, University of Hawai’i (Manoa), University of Nebraska (Lincoln), University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa), Hunter College, Mills College, Muhlenberg College, Kapiolani Community College, University of Notre Dame, University of Texas (El Paso), University of Wisconsin (Madison), University of Northern Iowa, Columbia College Chicago, Charles R. Drew University, Drake University, Scripps College, New York University, University of Southern California, and Stanford University.
If you are interested in teaching my books or chapbooks, please contact me.