Featured writings in literary journals, magazines, & showcases

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Virago Rising Staff Writer

2020 - Present

  • Featured Artists Series (2022 - Present)

  • Dating Series (2021 - Present)

  • Brujeria Business (2020 - 2022)

  • Disappearing in a Modern Landscape (2021)

  • Double Dose of Grief – Breaking Up During the Pandemic (2021)

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Home at Last

August 2022

Volume 2 Issue 5 by Brown Girl Travels, a publication for WOC & their journeys.

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The Planets

December 2021

Issue 11 by Dryland, a literary journal born in South Central Los Angeles, featuring Black and Brown poetry, fiction, and non-fiction.

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A Ghost Story in Three Parts

November 2021

Hombre Lobo 2 is a collection of real stories from people who have experienced something supernatural, paranormal, or unknowable.

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You Just Need to Sleep It Off

Autumn 2021

Featuring artists from all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities, and races from countries all over the world, this third issue's theme is reflections and is published by Stuck in Notes.

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Can I Ask You Something?

March 2021

This year's issue contains a broad range of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, visual arts, book reviews, and scholarly work from around Latin America and abroad published by Latino Book Review.

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Thirsty

February 2021

An online journal published twice a year by the Los Angeles Poet Society Press. This first issue is called Acid Verse: Queer Uprising.

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Home Sisters & Love Poems

November 2020

The Black & LatinX Poetry Project is a poetic anthology with 20 new emerging poets from diverse backgrounds published by Alegria Publishing.

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LA was My First Boyfriend

February 2019

Produced by JAM Creative, this piece was a part of DIVERSITY: Stories of Connection in an Urban Jungle at The Colony Theatre in Burbank.