Thank you! to Mt. Cloud Bookshop in Baguio City, which kindly let me know of their new program for the reading series Third Monday From the Sun, and that they’ve picked me to be their January poet of the month. Here is the announcement from them: “New year, new format! This year we’re trying something … Continue reading Poet of the Month at Mt. Cloud Bookstore’s THIRD MONDAY FROM THE SUN Series
AWP 2018 Panels (Tampa, FL) “Living, Reading, and Writing the Multilingual Poem” (R238) / Hari Alluri, Mai Der Vang, Amanda Galvan Huynh, Luisa A. Igloria, Chris Santiago Thursday, 8 March 2018; 3:00 pm; Florida Salon 6, Marriott Waterside, 2nd Floor “What We Really Tell When We Tell of Home: The Resonant Poetics of Narrative” (F258) … Continue reading Upcoming Events ~ Spring 2018
Phoenicia Publishing (Montreal) is delighted to announce that a new book of poems by Luisa A. Igloria, The Buddha Wonders if She is Having a Mid-life Crisis, will be published in March 2018. This is a collection of 53 “Buddha poems” that Luisa wrote in early 2016, many of which have appeared online at Via … Continue reading New Book due in March 2018 from Phoenicia Publishing!
Hope to see some of you at The Muse Writers Center in Norfolk tomorrow, Saturday April 15, at 2 pm, for a poetry reading and double chapbook launch of my chapbooks HAORI (from Tea & Tattered Pages Press) and CHECK & BALANCE (from Moria Poetry/Locofo Chaps). Here’s a photo I took of some of the … Continue reading Reading and Double Chapbook Launch April 15, 2017 / 2:00 pm
It’s the first of April, and that means it’s National Poetry Month. That also means, I’ll be posting a poetry prompt daily here for the next 30 days. Please note that my daily updates will push the older parts of this post to the bottom. Please check back~ and happy writing! 04.30 ~ Last day of … Continue reading NaPoMo 2017
Friends, I am excited to announce that Volume 3 in the series PUÑETA: POLITICAL PILIPINX POETRY is now out from Locofo Chaps, Moria Books. Volume 3 features a lineup of some of the strongest Pilipinx voices in the diaspora, responding to global political events incited by the November 8, 2016 presidential elections in the United States: … Continue reading PUÑETA: POLITICAL PILIPINX POETRY Volume 3, Edited by Luisa A. Igloria
Dear friends and lovers of poetry, I would be grateful and honored if you could support me and the wonderful Tea & Tattered Pages Press (whose mission is to make beautiful books inspiring “wonder, curiosity and engagement with the phenomenal world”) in this~ Thank you/Mil Gracias/Maraming Salamat! * Luisa A. Igloria‘s chapbook HAORI is now on PRE-SALE! … Continue reading Pre-order your copy now of HAORI ~ Luisa A. Igloria’s latest chapbook, from Tea & Tattered Pages Press
Dear friends, you are invited to attend the ODU College of Arts and Letters’ Spring 2017 Senior Scholar Lecture, at which I will be reading my poetry. The program will take place on Thursday, April 6 in Batten Arts and Letters Building Room 9024 (the Burgess Room), ODU Main Campus. The reception will be at 3:30, and the … Continue reading Save the Date: April 6, 2017 ~ Senior Scholar Lecture/Poetry Reading by Luisa A. Igloria
If you are in the Hampton Roads area, please join us on Sunday 15 January 2017, 3:00-6:00 pm at the 80/20 Burger Bar in Norfolk, for NFK Speaks: Writers Resist —a powerful collaboration of writers, artists, musicians, & community organizers in an effort to resist injustice and inequality and foster sustained dialogue about these issues. Outreach begins … Continue reading NFK Speaks Hosts WRITERS RESIST: Sunday 15 January
Mil gracias! 🌸🙏🏼again to Tidewater Women – finally got hard copy of the January 2017 issue & just realized you put me on cover! (My story’s on p. 7) So proud to be in this issue with fellow poets Remica Bingham-Risher, Renee Olander, and Norfolk’s Youth Poet Laureate, Raven. Continue reading Thank you, Tidewater Women!