Tag Archives: Poetry

Vanessa Martir: La Loba Within

By Bernice Sosa-Izquierdo A bit ago, I had the pleasure of sitting down with the extremely talented freelance writer/editor, published author, performance poet, workshop facilitator, educator and mother, Vanessa Martir. The accomplished Latina is a natural beauty dressed in comfy clothes, no make-up, and a simple hair band proving to be as naturally beautiful on the […]

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The Poet’s Corner Debuts In Style.

By Victoria Cepeda We are at the Red Star located in the famous Greenpoint section of Brooklyn. As we wait for the night to kick off, we take in our surroundings that are reminiscent of several movies filmed in the area. The second floor lounge of the Red Star is very inviting. Interspersed among the tables […]

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“Life” by Flow Rivera

The future is filled with bright and talented youth and we must support them.  Here is a great piece about life written by 16-year-old “Flow” Rivera, enjoy.        So what is life? Fame and fortune ? Not necessarily. Each and every one of us has a different story. A different meaning for life. Some of […]

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