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- DescriptionThe word vos/z, spoken in Salvadoran Spanish, means you and also means voice. If the word ends in s it means you; ending in z it means voice. Leticia Hernandez-Linares s poetry comes in somewhere between the S and Z, and it is, like bread, like music, for everyone. The way Leticia shares her stories speaks to the hybridity of the cultural and literary histories she hails from. Leticia s poemsongs are her personal flor y canto. Mexican and Central American indigeus ancestors combined the concepts in xochitl, in cuicatl (in flower, in song) to define poetry the poetic oral tradition they used to teach, engage, and philosophize. Leticia s writing excavates the faces of women in her family, silences in her community, and shapes their stories into a poetry that sings, and other times dances on the page. I am cut from Santa Ana, El Salvador mujer steel, y que orgullo, says Leticia.
- Author BiographyLETICIA HERNANDEZ-LINARES, an award-winning writer and community leader, has performed her teatro-infused poemsongs throughout the country and in El Salvador. Her writing has appeared in many newspapers, literary journals, and anthologies, including Street Art San Francisco, U.S. Latino Literature Today, Teatro bajo mi piel, Huizache, and Pilgrimage. She lives, writes, and works in the Mission District of San Francisco.
- Author(s)Leticia Hernandez-Linares
- PublisherTia Chucha Press
- Date of Publication30/10/2015
- SubjectPoetry Texts & Poetry Anthologies
- Place of PublicationChicago
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintTia Chucha Press
- Weight159 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine8 mm
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