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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Short Story Credits

“Between the Amen and the Hallelujah” Rosebud Issue 24, 2002
“The Cry of Lares,” Nassau Review September 2004
“Below” North Atlantic Review 2006
“Asunder” winner of literary category, 2010 Literary Lab’s Genre Wars Anthology
“About a Boy” Gemini January 2011
“The Details,” Rose and Thorn, January 2011
“Til Next Year” Glossolalia, March 2011
“Visiting Zora,” Subtle Fiction April 2011
“Coins Dropping” Writes for All 2011
“Anna B’s Owner” SNReview, February 2011
“Janey’s Turn” Life as an…” January 2012
“"1 3/4 x 2 1/2" Motley Press January 2012
“The Barcelona Chairs” Variations on a Theme Literary Lab Anthology March 2012
“Orphans and Hoodlums” phati’tude 2012

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My writing frequently explores multicultural themes. Born in Puerto Rico, I moved at a young age to the U.S., where my parents became Pentecostal ministers. Early immersion in Latino and religious cultures preceded later experiences as a businesswoman, a White House Fellow, and life aboard a trawler cruising from Martha’s Vineyard to South America. These sometimes incompatible worlds have given me a respectful outlook toward differing points of view. My short stories, poems, and essays reflect my own inclusive, yet sharply defined, journey across cultural and socioeconomic boundaries. I recently published Peace on the Journey, a poetry collection which explores the theme of renewal in the face of adversity. @peaceonjourney