Project Type: Chapbooks

In praise of the (not so) “small” form!

Nevertheless, #ShePersisted

Nevertheless, #ShePersisted 3, a locofo poetry chapbook anthology from Moria Poetry! Featuring: Melissa Roxas, “pink callus.” Purvi Shah, “Texas may not recognize,” “Darkness is a promise –.” Elizabeth Treadwell, “darn.” Emma Trelles, “Courage and the Clock,” “Millificent.” Jane Wong, “How Not To Be Afraid of Everything,” “Let Us Not Forget the Tactic of Fear.” Nevertheless …

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Puñeta: Political Pilipinx Poetry, Vol. 2

Puñeta: Pilipinx Political Poetry, Volume 2, a locofo poetry chapbook anthology from Moria Poetry! Featuring: 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 …

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For the City that Nearly Broke Me

Aztlan Libre Press, an independent Xican@ press based out of San Antonio, Texas, announces the release of our fourth publication, For the City that Nearly Broke Me, by Barbara Jane Reyes. For the City that Nearly Broke Me is the inaugural publication in Aztlan Libre Press’Indigenous Voices Series. The Indigenous Voices Series will publish important …

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