1 edition of Nepantla found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Other titles||Queer poets of color, Nepantla (Lambda Literary Foundation)|
|Statement||edited by Christopher Soto|
|Contributions||Lambda Literary Foundation|
|LC Classifications||PS591.G38 N472 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 207 pages|
|Number of Pages||207|
Get this from a library! Nepantla: an anthology for queer poets of color. [Christopher Soto; Lambda Literary Foundation.;] -- In , Christopher Soto and Lambda Literary Foundation founded the online journal Nepantla, with the mission to nurture, celebrate, and preserve diversity within the queer poetry community. Nepantla: An Anthology Dedicated to Queer People of Color, edited by Christopher Soto, is an historical anthology, not only because it is the first major anthology of its kind, but also because it concerns itself with the act of constructing a kind of communal history.I was recently introduced to the field of historiography, the academic study of how history is constructed.
The first major literary anthology for queer poets of color in the United States In , Christopher Soto and Lambda Literary Foundation founded the online journal Nepantla, with the mission to nurture, celebrate, and preserve diversity within the queer poetry community, including contributions as diverse in style and form, as the experiences of QPOC in the United : Christopher Soto; Christopher Soto. Structured around Anzaldúa’s visit to an exhibit of Mesoamerican culture and art, this chapter builds on and expands previous discussions of spiritual mestizaje and aesthetics, grounding them in a theory of “border arte”–a disruptive, potentially transformative, decolonizing creative practice–called “the Coyolxauhqui process.”.
Nightboat Books, a nonprofit organization, seeks to develop audiences for writers whose work resists convention and transcends boundaries, by publishing books rich with poignancy, intelligence and risk. The first years that I pondered this quote by Anzaldúa, I felt attracted to her definition of the word “Nepantla.” The feeling of transience and displacement and ever shifting boundaries that the word “Nepantla” can hold, as defined by Anzaldúa, allowed a method for me to understand my race, gender, and sexuality.
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InChristopher Soto and Lambda Literary Foundation founded the onlin /5. Christopher Soto (b.Los Angeles) is a poet based in Brooklyn, New York. He is the author of Sad Girl Poems (Sibling Rivalry Press, ) and the editor of Nepantla: An Anthology Dedicated to Queer Poets of Color (Nightboat Books, ).
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Nepantla book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This award-winning writer negotiates nepantla -- a Nahuatl word meaning land in t /5. Characterized by a keen sense of community, Nepantla is an important contribution to the growing body of Chicano nonfiction.
Mora explores the issues of cultural preservation--preservation of her own Mexican American culture as a source for her creativity and for her sense of by: By my standards, Nepantla: An Anthology Dedicated to Queer Poets of Color contains more than a handful Nepantla book those profound turns of language that create a heart-stopping feeling.
To call them out individually would do disservice to others — not just the other poets, who, as we know, are sensitive souls, but other readers, who may mistake my soul-stirring moments as exclusive to.
Nepantla: Essays from the Land in the Middle University of New Mexico Press As a Latina educator, poet, mother, lecturer, and native of El Paso, Texas, Pat Mora is a denizen of nepantla—a Nahuatl word meaning "the land in the middle.". She loosely based her best-known book, Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza, on her life growing up on the Mexico–Texas border and incorporated her lifelong experiences of social and cultural marginalization into her work.
She also developed theories about the marginal, in-between, and mixed cultures that develop along : Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa, Septem. Nepantla: essays from the land in the middle User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. The author's sense of identity both as a Latina and as a member of.
Characterized by a keen sense of community, Nepantla is an important contribution to the growing body of Chicano nonfiction. Mora explores the issues of cultural preservation--preservation of her own Mexican American culture as a. The title of this book, Nepantla, is meant to connote a transient feeling—the feeling of shifting between various communities and identities.
This sentiment has also been echoed by Dr. José Esteban Muñoz in Disidentifications where he writes, “[Queer of color] subjects’ different identity components occupy adjacent spaces and are not. The Nepantla Program is a competitive four-year commitment dedicated to empower first-generation college students through academic skills, access to resources, community building, and professional success through self-discovery.
First Generation College Student. Christopher Soto (b. Los Angeles) is a poet based in Brooklyn, New York. He is the author of the chapbook Sad Girl Poems (Sibling Rivalry Press, ) and the editor of Nepantla: An Anthology Dedicated to Queer Poets of Color (Nightboat Books, ). Nepantla: Views from South is committed to fostering innovative reflection at the intersections of the humanities and the social sciences and of post-area studies and cultural studies.
While inspired mainly by Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latinidad perspectives, Nepantla's scope is in no way limited to these perspectives and/or regions.
The linkages that define borders of. Nepantla: An Anthology Dedicated to Queer Poets of Color is coming out from Nightboat Books on May 1,though I originally began editing this project about four years ago with Lambda Literary, as an online journal.
The anthology covers years of queer of color history, since the Harlem Renaissance. Buy Nepantla: Views from the South: 1 by Moreiras, Alberto D., Mignolo, Walter, Nouzeilles, Gabriela (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback.
Nepantla An Anthology for Queer Poets of Color (Book): The first major literary anthology for queer poets of color in the United StatesInChristopher Soto and Lambda Literary Foundation founded the online journal Nepantla, with the mission to nurture, celebrate, and preserve diversity within the queer poetry community, including contributions as diverse in.
Nepantla: A Journal for Queer Poets of Color. 5, likes. Nepantla is a new poetry e-journal, dedicated to Queer Poets of Color, being curated by Followers: K. Nepantla: An Anthology for Queer Poets of Color Edited by Christopher Soto.
Nightboat, $ trade paper (p) ISBN Buy this book Soto (Sad Girl Poems), a. Nepantla An Anthology for Queer Poets of Color (Book) Help Help, opens a new window.
In May, Nepantla: An Anthology for Queer Poets of Color will be released from Nightboat Books. This anthology is the first of its kind in the United States and includes the work from legendary queer poets of color, over the past years (since the Harlem Renaissance).
Everyone from Langston Hughes, to June Jordan, Audre [ ].The nepantla state is the natural habitat of women artists, most specifically for the mestiza border artists who partake of the traditions of two or more worlds and who may be binational.
They thus create a new artistic space–a border mestizo culture. She is the author of Borderlands/La Frontera () and the children's book Friends from.