A little remix of 21 Savage’s billboard-topping ‘a lot’ by yours truly for the students of Los Angeles: “How much homework you got? (straight up) How much homework you got? (straight up) How much homework you got? (straight up) How much homework you got? How many homeworks you got (a lot) How many quizzes you got? (a lot) How many […]
The spirit Levitates Leveling the wavelengths Unidentified destiny Drifting towards The clasp of titans. Time beckons But lies distant In a field fettered by the Hurling of a thousand dreams Destiny possessed, Gravity is an afterthought Dreams paint the edge Illuminating the palms Grasping them. The bodies lift, Watch Them RISE. J.T.
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It’s not often that I have the opportunity to reflect on Salvadoran-American fiction. In fact, this is actually the very first time. The only other instance in which I’ve cited the work of a contemporary Salvadoran-American author is in a brief note on Juan José Martínez D’aubuisson’s Ver, oír y callar (2016), a nonfiction book […]