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NaPoMo 2017

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

PUÑETA: POLITICAL PILIPINX POETRY Volume 3, Edited by Luisa A. Igloria

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

Pre-order your copy now of HAORI ~ Luisa A. Igloria’s latest chapbook, from Tea & Tattered Pages Press

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

Save the Date: April 6, 2017 ~ Senior Scholar Lecture/Poetry Reading by Luisa A. Igloria

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

NFK Speaks Hosts WRITERS RESIST: Sunday 15 January

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

Call for Essay Submissions from Poets of Color

Of Color: Poets’ Ways of Making An Anthology of Essays on Transformative Poetics a Amanda Galvan-Huynh & Luisa A. Igloria, Editors We invite essay submissions from poets of color, on or addressing the following aspects related to craft and poetics. Detailed Call for Submissions ~ In April 2014, The New York Times published Junot Diaz’s “MFA Vs. … Continue reading Call for Essay Submissions from Poets of Color