• Guillotine

    Guillotine

    Corral, Eduardo C.

    The devastating and electrifying second book from Corral (Slow Lightning) features an imagined multivoiced narrative at the U.S.-Mexican border and its surrounding deserts.

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • Postcolonial Love Poem

    Postcolonial Love Poem

    Diaz, Natalie

    Diaz continues to demonstrate her masterful use of language while reinventing narratives about desire.

    Format: Book

    Availability: All copies in use

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  • LatiNext

    LatiNext

    A BreakBeat Poets anthology that opposes silence and re-mixes the soundtrack of the Latinx diaspora across diverse poetic traditions. - publisher's description

    Format: eBook

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  • Tertulia

    Tertulia

    Toro, Vincent

    The rhythmic latest from Toro (Stereo.Island.Mosaic) is steeped in spoken word beats as it addresses such contemporary issues as immigration, gun violence, and income inequality.

    Format: eBook

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  • When I Walk Through That Door, I Am

    When I Walk Through That Door, I Am

    Baca, Jimmy Santiago

    Poet-activist Jimmy Baca immerses the reader in an epic narrative poem, imagining the experience of motherhood in the context of immigration, family separation, and ICE raids on the Southern border - publisher's description

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • How to Love A Country

    How to Love A Country

    Blanco, Richard

    Generous and deeply felt, the long prose poems in this moving new collection from presidential inaugural poet Blanco (after Looking for the Gulf Motel) help us understand what it means to cross a border. - Library Journal

    Format: Downloadable Audiobook

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  • Tracing the Horse

    Tracing the Horse

    Delgado, Diana Marie

    Delgado's stirring debut offers a ledger of the violence inflicted on female bodies within La Puente, located in the San Gabriel Valley of greater Los Angeles.

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • Be Recorder

    Be Recorder

    Giménez Smith, Carmen

    Smith's image-driven metaphors circle the "molten core of the real," articulating shared dilemmas while jolting the reader out of complacence.

    Format: eBook

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  • The Book of Ruin

    The Book of Ruin

    González, Rigoberto

    These surrealist versions of historical events and a speculative future allow revolutionaries and outlaws, alongside elemental voices such as Brother Fire and Sister Smoke, to address their oppressors, often with tragic results.

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • Brother Bullet

    Brother Bullet

    Lopez, Casandra

    A collection of poems in which the author recounts her brother's murder and the devastating aftermath that followed. - publisher's description

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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