Lina Fe Simoy···5 min read
There are multiple approaches to find one's poetic voice depending on the lens one chooses as a part of the author’s creative process.
All ContentAutoethnographic EssaysAutoethnographic PoetryEducationFrom the EditorsVolume 3, Issue 2 (2023)··4 min read
A tsunami of words, images, learned and pushed feelings and thoughts go through us every day. Poetry is a way to find our own voice.
Just like Puerto Rican immigrants, animals might land in a complex political landscape where some might welcome them, but some might not.
"At friends’ homes and the inexpensive trattorias where I usually ate, there was always wine and water on the table, but often only one glass."
"This autoethnographic essay explores in a (hopefully) creative way ideas about social class in relation to my own negotiations of identity and upbringing in eastern Sydney, Australia."