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“Spike Magazine” publishes my review article on the play “Civil Rites”

May 13, 2011


Spike Magazine publishes my review of the amazing Company of Angels’ Theatrical Play Civil Rites, which was written and performed by non-actors — the homeless and working poor of the Downtown LA area. Excerpt: Each performer shined in their unique ability to convey nuanced truths with captivating and colorful rawness. Carmen Vega, Victoria Gallardo, Vincent B. […]

Spike Magazine publishes my article on “Voting Booth After Dark”

April 4, 2011


Long-standing & revered publication Spike Magazine publishes my article titled “Enmeshed: Gay & Lesbian Latino-Americans in Los Angeles’ Eastside Scene” about the subculture at the core of my book The Voting Booth After Dark: Despicable, Embarrassing, Repulsive. Read the whole article by clicking here. Thanks for your support & enjoy!

Top Blog “Tiki Tiki” publishes my essay “Being Cuban, One Afternoon at a Time”

March 3, 2011


My essay Being Cuban, One Afternoon at a Time has been featured in the lauded Tiki Tiki Blog. The Tiki Tiki Blog recently garnered the Blogs By Latinas’ Award of 2010. Take a read & click the facebook “like” button at the bottom of the essay to spread the word! Thanks for the support & […]

My Essay & Poem Featured Spotlights in Lambda Literary!

October 7, 2010


My Essay & Poem were recently featured spotlights in the long revered Lambda Literary! September 2010: • Read my essay “In Italics: Queer Latino Nuances in American Literature” in full at the Lambda Literary site! • Read my poem “The B Job” — an excerpt from my next book Bloody Fucking Hell — in full […]

My Review of “The Heavens Weeps for Us & Other Stories”

September 11, 2010


The Heavens Weep for Us & Other Stories I posted a review of the tender and moving book The Heavens Weep for Us & Other Stories on An excerpt of the review: “…I rarely read books in which the human predicament is contemplated with such softness and kindness. I enjoyed the sweetness Thelma Reyna […]