Event: Fresno Writers Live with Anthony Cody

The Fresno State Creative Writing Alumni Chapter presented Fresno Writers Live, a virtual reading to celebrate the new poetry collection “Borderland Apocrypha,” the debut book from Fresno writer Anthony Cody. Time: 7 to 8 p.m. Date: Thursday, June 25, 2020 Location: Zoom Room Admission was $5, and advance registration was required. All proceeds were splitContinue reading “Event: Fresno Writers Live with Anthony Cody”

Event: Future Alumni Showcase 2019

The Fresno State Creative Writing Alumni Chapter celebrated our first Future Alumni Showcase reading. Admission was free. Time: 6:30 to 8 PM Date: Thursday, December 12, 2019 Location: Conley Art Auditorium (CA 101) on campus READERS: Sean Andersen, Ceci Hernandez Monjaras, Phoua Lee, Michelle Leiva, Kelsey Lyman, Payton Polanco, Carly Regehr, Nohemi Samudio Gamis, ChristinaContinue reading “Event: Future Alumni Showcase 2019”

Event: Autumn Gathering, Fall 2019

The Fresno State Creative Writing Alumni Chapter celebrated our third community reading and mixer, the Autumn Gathering. Admission was free. Time: 3 to 4:30 PM Date: Saturday, November 24, 2019 Location: The Backroom at The Revue coffee shop (620 E. Olive Avenue) READERS: Emilia Borjas, Angela Chaidez Vincent, Eddie P. Gomez, J.J. Hernandez, Jackie Huertaz,Continue reading “Event: Autumn Gathering, Fall 2019”

Marisol Baca – The Gutiérrez Sisters in Grand Junction Boarding School, Colorado

Marisol Baca The Gutiérrez Sisters in Grand Junction Boarding School, Colorado   At the author’s request, this poem has been temporarily removed. It will return to the site in the future.   Marisol Baca’s artist statement: Over the past 15 days, I have been writing a poem a day. This concentrated workload allowed me toContinue reading “Marisol Baca – The Gutiérrez Sisters in Grand Junction Boarding School, Colorado”

Marisol Baca – The Last Home of Manuelita

Marisol Baca The Last Home of Manuelita   she poured ox blood to set it make the dirt still hot iron and board along a wall ironing other people’s sheets to make money to enter step down a darkened room the single step is wooden and so worn it is a smooth dip the sizeContinue reading “Marisol Baca – The Last Home of Manuelita”