Entries by Juliana Aragon Fatula

Writing Workshops for Chicanx by Juliana Aragón Fatula

Dear Reader, This month I’m zoom zoom zooming online with Palabras del Pueblo sponsored by Somos en Escrito and am enjoying the experience. It spans two weekends and one weeknight with a panel. I’ve learned how to avoid signing up for every workshop I am emailed or Facebooked about. I’ve had some terrible Zoom writing […]

Native Bound Unbound by Juliana Aragón Fatula

Juliana Aragón Fatula, a 2022 Corn Mother, women who have earned accolades for community activism and creative endeavors is the author of: Crazy Chicana in Catholic City, Red Canyon Falling on Churches, winner of the High Plains Book Award for Poetry 2016, and a chapbook: The Road I Ride Bleeds, and a member of Colorado […]

The Dream by Juliana Aragon Fatula

        The Dream by Juliana Aragon Fatula I woke this morning and immediately had to record my dream. Vivid and full of similes, alliteration, metaphors, onomatopoeias, rhymes, imagination, and details about a past life and a bright future. The dream arrived on September 9, 2022, at midnight in my home on a […]

Juliana Aragon Fatula’s book review of Leslie Larson’s Breaking Out of Bedlam

https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/authors/69332/leslie-larson/ Leslie Larson grew up in San Diego to a working class family. After earning a degree in literature at the University of California, San Diego, she moved to London and began working in publishing. She eventually moved back to California and began freelance writing. In 2006, she published her first novel, Slipstream, which won […]