Then come join us for an evening of cathartic spoken word and creative resistance:
Olga García Echeverría
Slide Show of Arizona's National Day of Action:
675 S Park View St
(no one turned away for lack of funds)
Born in Villavicencio, Colombia and raised in Miami, Florida, tatiana de la tierra is a bicultural writer whose work focuses on identity, sexuality, and South American memory and reality. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Texas at El Paso and a Master of Library Science from University at Buffalo. tatiana was a founder, editor, and contributor to the Latina lesbian publications esto no tiene nombre, conmoción and la telaraña. She is author of For the Hard Ones: A Lesbian Phenomenology / Para las duras: Una fenomenología lesbiana and the chapbooks Porcupine Love and Other tales from My Papaya and Píntame Una Mujer Peligrosa. Her latest creative project, tierra, is a limited-edition chapbook made from recycled cardboard.