Bite size desserts don't count, right? Pupusa, pico de gallo, moros y cristianos, and taquito. Food is better when shared.
I have never met @Poe.A.Tree, but I love that they are bringing inspiration to our community. Thank you for bringing the wisdom of poets to life!
If you are feeling stuck or in a rut, Choose Yourself is a great choice to restart your life and reach for your passion. Lately, I have been speaking with a close friend and several themes that have surfaced in our discussions include: loving people, raising your level, self improvement, and seeking mentors. Altucher has … Continue reading On the Shelf-Choose Yourself by James Altucher
Something I love about my community is local pop-up art. Art is generosity. Art is creation. Art is resistance.
Gripping and engaging. Griest's lyrical narrative prose is a cry for change, tracing the true Texas from its glory to gory tales. From artists to bondsmen to saints and curanderos, to border agents and border crossers, Griest paints a vivid image of some of Texas's most notorious and nefarious characters, bringing a desperately needed human … Continue reading On the Shelf-All the Agents and Saints-Dispatches from the U.S. Borderlands
Last October, in the throes of depression I decided to submit some of my earlier works on depression and bi-polar to an anthology on redefining Latinx Identity. I submitted because I was tired of trying to live around the elephant in the room. I really didn't think anything would come of it, but lo and … Continue reading On the Horizon…
Hope College on the eastern coast of the state of Michigan has embarked on a journey to share their experiences with racism and homophobia within the college community. College should be a time of exploration and expression. Sadly, some students are encountering racism and discrimination. Happily, they are speaking out about it to stimulate dialogue … Continue reading Hope…